Cool Paper Plane Tutorial: Saab JAS 39 Gripen | Flyable

Introduction: Cool Paper Plane Tutorial: Saab JAS 39 Gripen | Flyable

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This paper airplane is worth making. Try it out! Learn how to control it by adjusting the wings and  stabilizers more or less, and  you will like how it flies. Throw the airplane at  20-30° lightly in door, and hard outdoor. Watch out for the winds when you play out door.

The Saab JAS 39 Gripen is one of my favorite paper jet ever. I designed the plane a few months ago, but I only came up with a complete design a few weeks ago. This tutorial is my gift to all my supporters. Thanks


✈ MATERIALS:  Copy Paper—Letter Size 8.5" x 11" [20 lb or 24 lb]

✈ FOLDING ADVICE: You need to fold the plane accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well. Also, be creative and adjust the plane if you need to.


♫ Music:  The Engagement

♣ ETHICAL DESIGN: Every of my paper airplanes are original. If I got inspired from some one, I will mention that person on my video description. COPYING IS A SHAME, and PLEASE, contact me ( with valid evidence) if you believe any of my designs is already made before mine.  I will give credit to the inventor or delete the video right away.

♣ TERM OF USE: Note that All the contents ( Except the music) on the video is copyright to Tri Dang (Me). This airplane is ONLY FREE to fold and play personally. For commercial use, please contact me.

♣ COPYRIGHTS © 2014. Designed by Tri Dang.

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    6 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    Yesterday I made one, but had difficulties in minutes 6:40 of your video (canards) and 8:40 (fuselage). Finally it gone out, but flies quite bad. I must insist in order to make others for my granddaughters.


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction


    Looking at the plane, I know you need to adjust the canards a little bit more. When you fold the the triangle shape to create the canards, fold it closer to the center crease or body. The wings look fine; however, you should flatten them, and the end of them need to be curved up a little bit. The biggest problem of the plane is the center stabilizer. The side on the front of the triangle need to longer and closer the head. Also, just like the real plane, the canards need to be straight up. I can see the end of the canard pointing down, and that has navigate the plane flying down.

    I hope the tips above help!

    Thank you for marking the plane. :)


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your advices, I will follow them. You are a kind person.