Sharp, simple and stable the SkyShark is a paper airplane that looks like it could literally cut through the air. Although performance is good, compared to my other planes, its abilities can be regarded as moderate. Because of its large wing, low stall speed and adaptability, it also has the capability to be used as a trainer as well.
TAA USAF Designation: A109-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Cover Fold Preparation
Step 3: Cover Folding
Step 4: Nose Folding
Step 5: Wing and Dorsal Fin Folding
Fold your paper up in half along its center. Then measure and mark the point 3/4 of an inch above the center line along the trailing edge. Proceed to then fold the wing downs along this mark, with their trailing edges flush with those of the fuselage.Then, take your dorsal fins an, one at a time--fold them up all the way you can whilst keeping them both parallel to the fuselage.
Step 6: Winglet Folding
Step 7: Taping
Step 8: Flight
Because of its large expanses, several modifications can be made to the standard airframe, including split rudders (pictured below), slats, elevators, elevons, and spoilers and spoilerons (also pictured). Enjoy!