Fast, long range and durable, the Skyknight is a fairly straightforward paper airplane. It is a nice little aircraft with good handling characteristics that make it an excellent choice for an interceptor. With a blunt tip, it is also preferable for its survivability. Since its publication, the Skyknight has become my most popular interceptor, and I must affirm that this plane is indeed excellent in that role.

TAA USAF Designation: F172-1

Step 1: Materials

1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper
THIS PLANE IS BETTER THAN THE PHANTOM!!!!! Flys straight, fast, and long distances. best. plane. ever.<br>
Wonderful, glad you're enjoying it! :)
the raeson why it flies fast is cuz it looks like a Aurora bomber <br> <br>Aurora Bomber-A sonic fast plane that flies faster than a bullet
The Skyknight does fly fast due to its shape, although I don't think it bears much resemblance to the alleged SR-91--at least as it is depicted here:
the skyknight looks awsome
Well it did a long distence but it a bit fast.
You have to throw it JUST RIGHT for it NOT to dive and barrel role. The speed is a WHOLE other matter.
Does your Skyknight dive and roll when you don't want it to?

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