Completely new for a plane of its size, the Hornet uses a delta wing to buzz around its pilot's airspace. And unlike most of its contemporary straight-wing counterparts, the Hornet is a fast stunt-capable micro plane. This plane is also arguably one of the smallest on Instructables with a wingspan of just 6 centimeters!

The Hornet's design carries over most features of the Pioneer paper airplane. Although the delta wing was initially resistant to application on such a small airframe, the addition of an upright tail fin cured the stability issues the butterfly tailed prototypes encountered. The fuselage retains most of what the Pioneer was equipped with, although the spars are smaller.

TAA USAF Designation: D135-1

Step 1: Materials

1 Piece of 8 by 10.5 inch graph paper

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