I doubt that, since it wouldn't make much sense.
The aerobie, like frisbie, is spin-stabilized, which is why it is round. But that does not allow controlling it. Controllable aircraft don't spin, so they don't get any advantage from being round.
On the other hand the shape would be very complex, because the profile would have to change depending on the local flow direction. Airfoils that work in both directions are not very good; see Is there an aerofoil that gives reasonably good lift for both air flow directions: forward and backward? That is good enough for aerobie, which at its size has much lower mass for surface area, but wouldn't work for a full-scale aircraft.
And even the complex shape wouldn't be very efficient, because the lift distribution would be far from the optimal elliptic with a lot of lift generated by the sides. The aerobie isn't designed to be efficient at flying at all.
The closest you can have were the experiments with full disk circular wing. Some full-scale prototypes were built, but they didn't show any useful advantage, so all the projects were stopped.