( http://www.instructables.com/id/Aeroplane-from-an-Aluminium-Can-and-it-flies-too/?comments=all )
This one took me about the same amount of time (and can) as the first one. Unlike the last one, this one is based on a real aircraft which I chose for its simplicity and "Tin Can Practicality" as well as the fact that an aircraft with most of its wing surface area further back requires minimum ballast. This configuration is also more practical than the previous one because of its inherent stability, and it lacks an open front end which causes unpredictable flying patterns.
To build one like mine you'll need
1X Monster can
Tin snips or scissors
Some form of ballast; paperclips, wire, Prestik, putty etc.
Optional: -Fireworks in the form of a small rocket
-Add a hook under the nose to rubber-band launch it.
Step 1: Cut the can
Once you have a sheet of aluminium cut from the can, roll it "inside out" to make it more flat.