I would like to excuse myself as I may need some more english vocabulary to explain myself.
You'll understand later why I called it 'unthrown', to explain that you don't have to throw it to make it fly. Let's see now the few steps to build it, then I'll explain you how to make it fly.
Step 1: Making the Base Fold
Step 2: Prepare the Front of the Plane
- then fold over the mark (this new fold should be on the crossing of the first 2 folds). You should get 3rd pic.
Step 3: Make the Front Body Plane
- fold the front 'point' up to the middle of the back
Step 4: Making the Body
Step 5: Make the Rear Flaps
then unfold it
It should look like picture
Step 6: Finish the Body
Step 7: Finish the Tail Flaps
Then return the plane, and reverse the back of the body where you just cutted, so that it become over the plane like a vertical flap on real plane (arg... so hard to make myself understandable) see 4th pic
Step 8: Finish
First take the body between your fingers and with your other hand lift the wings to make a light "V shape like"
Make sure the tail flaps are not too much folded
Step 9: Make You Plane Flight
Contrary to many planes you don't have to throw it.
Just catch it at the rear of the body between your fingers and let the nose facing the floor.
Put your hand at the maximum height as you can
Now you're ready, just release the plane, it should go down, catching speed, then fly normally flat with a beautiful and very interesting flight.
If the plane want to go up too much, try softing the rear flaps fold
If the plane goes directly the nose on the floor, make the rear flaps fold more aggressive.
If the plane turn or if you want to make it turn, you can play with the shape of the rear flap folds only on one of the side. Try left or right and see the effects
If you don't want it to turn try to sharpen the 'attack fold'. Fold it very good using something hard.