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Fast, long range and simple, the Omniwing is a stealthier variant of the Proto-Omniwing paper airplane. Its balanced design allows it to fly quickly whilst also retaining the ability to fly fairly slow if desired as well; this makes it an excellent trainer. In addition, the design is simple enough to allow further development easily.

This variant of the Proto-Omniwing was originally designed in December 2009. It has proved so successful that it has been used as the basis for every other "Omniwing" variant since, including the Super Omniwing, OmniScimitar, Turbo Omniwing, Turbo OmniScimitar and Manta flying wings.

TAA USAF Designation: F3-1P
 
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Step 1: Materials

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Required:
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper
Tape
Scissors
Pencil
Ruler

Step 2: Width, Fourth And Corner Folding

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Fold your paper in half along its width. Once you've done this, fold the edges of the paper back in to the crease. Then fold the corners of the paper into the crease of the outer fourths as shown. Then fold the diagonal edges back, and the folds on each side should now touch the center crease.