Introduction: This video is specially made for my subscribers. Check it out and have fun everyone!

Restriction: All paper airplanes I design in this collection will have NO cutting, NO taping and NO extra attached materials.

How to play: Throw it up high a little bit hard at thirty degrees.

Where to play: it is best indoor, but also good to play  outdoor

Note: You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well. Remember to fold the stabilizer of the two wings equally to keep your " Mars Fighter" fly well

Comment:  If you have any comment or suggestion about the video, feel free to live me a message. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future videos

Copyright: Originally designed by Tri Dang, September 12, 2013.
                    Website: http://tripaperairplane.blogspot.com/
                    Music: Seas of Mars by Jahzzar
*Note that this airplane is ONLY FREE to fold and play personally. Republishing must have my permission Thank you for watching, and please subscribe if you love the video
I made a plane in the same way as you long before you found it I started making these in 2011 and have not seen any like it until I had seen yours
<p>I created this plane in 2011 and introduced it on YouTube in 2012. However, I did not fold the stabilizers until 2013 when I decided to share all my paper airplanes to the world through YouTube. This plane is not difficult, so it is possible you came up with a similar design. </p>
Only difference is that it has one extra fold that makes it a lot stronger and allows it to fly outside in the wind
I remember this plane, it was one of my favorites since... 1985. <br>It is mentioned in a dutch book which you can see here: <br>https://www.google.be/?gws_rd=cr&amp;ei=mHY9UsrLG8OH4gTnxIGwAw#q=%22kijk...+het+vliegt%22+&amp;safe=off <br> <br>Sorry to be picky, but I wonder if you really own the copyright..
No, you don't have to say sorry to me. I have to say thank you for your comment. I actually double check how that airplane was folded. Mine is different actually. Now, I feel much better! :)
I actually designed this one without looking at any similar paper airplane. It could look similar to the one you seen before. You can double check how I folded it. I am confident to say it is my own design. If you can provide me a better evidence, I could have to delete this video. I don't like copy other paper planes. <br> <br>Thanks

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