In this Instructable I will show you how to make a very sophisticated stunt plane that is still simple in production. This is my very first Instructable, so I apologize ahead of time for any fault in the publication.

Step 1: The Fixin's

For this project you will need:

1 sheet of standard printer paper (8.5"x11")
1 pencil (optional)
1 foot ruler (also optional)
1 pair of scissors (yet again, optional)
hello people :D you can really make a better but similar one from an app in the app store called how to fold paper airplanes (pick the one with 3d instructions please) and go to the download section of the app and find the 30 step airplaine :D because you basically cant explain this airplane with pictures :D
not that i am an advertising guy or something (i can't advertise i am only 11 (i am usingmy bros account)
and i actually thought i was the only guy who knew this in the PH
uh what?
u cant exactly do the easy stuff when you can't even tell what the hard stuff is.
A Korean student showed this to me during lunch...back in the 80's. I thought I was the only other one in the US who knew anything about this "bird." Glad to see I'm NOT! Thanks for the variation(s).
Wait...How exactly do you fold tha over? It's connected...Do i have mine upside down?
Sooo, step 8 is a mystery huh?
Protip: don't get your shadow in the images.<br><br>Good Instructable.
Camera man... Mitchell? (x
&nbsp;Yeah :) As you can tell he didn't do a good job :)
Dammit Mitchell! Lmfao. (: We need to get him a cage or something for Christmas, I swear. (: All I saw was your hands doing something and then something else... We'll have to reshoot this next time I'm over. (:
&nbsp;Yeah, that's exactly what we'll do :)
Well, and other stuff, but whatever. (;<br />
I think we're spamming my Instructable comment thread, Miss Amanda ;)
hi cool air plane but step 8 surely you can explain it? its impossible to find out!!! please try and make an easier explanation and what top bit did you mean? I've lost count of how many times I've tried to make this...
Yeah, I remember when I first learned how to make this plane, that part was the most confusing. I mentioned this Instructable earlier. I think this person does a very good job of explaining &quot;step 8.&quot;<br /> <br /> <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/The-best-paper-airplane...period./ " rel="nofollow">www.instructables.com/id/The-best-paper-airplane...period./ </a><br />
!!!! I made this plane before. It is awesome!!!! It flies awesome, it looks awesome, it goes through air awesome, the visuals are awesome, it glides awesome, the design is awesome!<sub>lol</sub><br/><br/><sub>5 stars and fave</sub><br/>
awsum air plain dude thanks
It seems that this plane is all over the place! I've seen lots of variations.<br/>Good pictures, wish my camera was that good<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/air-bld1.html">http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/air-bld1.html</a><br/>
Thanks for being my first (real) comment. I have seen lots of variations for this plane, and every single one that had a body like this claimed to be the "best paper-airplane ever". This model does require a tail, but I have seen others where people said it flew better without. In my opinion, you won't find a better, more advanced, simple-to-construct, paper plane.
If you don't understand step 8, check out step three of this plane: <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/The-best-paper-airplane...period./">https://www.instructables.com/id/The-best-paper-airplane...period./</a><br/>

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