Greatest Paper Air Plane Ever


Introduction: Greatest Paper Air Plane Ever

Paper air planes are a fun and inexpensive way to have fun.


Step 1: Step 1

Take the top two corners and fold them into the center. It should look like a house.

Step 2: Step 2

Take the triangle at the top and fold it down.

Step 3: Step 3

Take the top two corners and fold then into the center.

Step 4: Step 4

Fold the plane in half. See picture below.

Step 5: Step 5

Now fold one wing down. Do the same with the other side.

Step 6: Step 6

Now you are done! You can add some tape on the bottom and some fins on the wings.

Step 7: Step 7

Watch the video.



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    i dont get this step oh well ill try

    My aim was for distance and even though it didn't go as far as a really good one, it was satisfying to make. Requires more spesicifity.

    I've noticed that every paper aeroplane is the "greatest ever" ;-)

    It would be nice if you added a video to prove it...

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    Now there is - you replied to a two-year-old comment.

    or at least empirical evidence that corroborates your claim....something can't be the best unless everything else is proven to be worse

    i have an airplane that was award winng look for my paperang

    this is an awsome but there is some changes you can make to modify the flight results

    this is not that good of a plane i just made on.


    Good job, Stephen. Seems like a pretty swift airplane.

    I did notice, whilst reading your intro, you are perhaps a bit contradictory:

    Paper air planes are a fun and inexpensive way to have fun.

    If we eliminate the addition, and inexpensive, we are left with:

    Paper air planes are a fun way to have fun.

    Well, I guess that's the best way to have fun, isn't it?

    (Not trying to sound mean, just gave me a chuckle.)

    I can vouch that this is at least better then the standard plane... I did have a problem with barrel rolls but usually only towards the end of a flight (typically the length of a room*) *The best unit of measure I know...

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    Is that an American/imperial room or the European/metric rurm?