The Super Dart is a simple, fast, long range interceptor paper airplane. For its simple design and construction, its level of performance is remarkable. This is a very common design, and is not my creation; I believe it was first made by Eiji Nakamura.
TAA USAF Designation: F12-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Scissors (for advanced models and modifications only)
Step 2: Length Folding
Step 3: Corner Folding
Step 4: Nose Folding
Step 5: Pull the Corners In, Security Folding
Step 6: Wing Folding
Step 7: Taping
Step 8: Flight
Step 9: Modifications
F12-4 Super Dart: A normal Super Dart with large control surfaces.
EF12-1 Super Dart: A Super Dart with a large "pine tree" tail.
F137-1 StratoDart/Super Dart II: A version of Super Dart with larger wings utilizing a gull configuration.
DCF137-1 Courier Dart: A Super Dart designed as a mothership using inverted gull wings.
EF137-1 ElectroDart: An F137-1 with a "pine tree" tail.
F140-1 (originally F12-1XL) Phantom: A Super Dart using a larger wing.
EF140-1: An F140-1 with a "pine tree" tail.
F156-1: A Super Dart resembling a Lippisch P.13a delta wing interceptor.
F170-1 Shark Dart: A modified Super Dart with a small fin folded from the blunt nose to make landings easier.
EF170-1 Spark Shark: An F170-1 with a "pine tree" tail.
EA45-1 Mohawk: An EF137-1 with added anhedral ventral fins for stability. (You can also convert EF137-1 Electrodarts to this standard with a few changes made).