How to Make the Stratojagger Paper Airplane

Introduction: How to Make the Stratojagger Paper Airplane

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Fast, long range and simple, the Stratojagger is a great paper airplane.

TAA USAF Designation: F135-1 

Step 1: Materials

1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper

Step 2: Start Folding

Take the corner and fold it in. Unfold then fold it in again.

Step 3: Continue Folding

Fold the paper "hot dog"-style

Step 4: Fold the Corners In

Fold the corners in as shown.

Step 5: Fold the Corners in Again

Fold them in one more time as pictured.

Step 6: Fold the Top Down

Fold the nose down along the preexisting fold lines.

Step 7: Fold the Inner Paper Out

Fold the paper out as pictured and repeat on the other side.

After that your aircraft should appear as it is in the 2nd picture.

Step 8: Fold the Corners in Again

Fold the corners down from

Step 9: Fold the Lock Up

You now fold the lock along that "preexisting" line mentioned in the last step.

Step 10: Fold in Half and Fold the Wings

Fold the plane along it's center.

Then fold the wings down to the bottom of the fuselage.

Step 11: Finished

Now tape where shown.

Now you are ready for flight.

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    This is one of your designs that I failed to make.I always ended up stuck at the Step 7 section so I gave up.How did you do that?


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    On step 7, you are trying to pull the paper out toward you along creases made in the steps leading up to step 7.


    The name stratojagger is officially being applied to some random object I own, plus it's now a term of endearment...

    Cool plane though... 


    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks. The airplane's name was not named for the denotation, but simply with "Strato-" as a reference to altitude and "jagger" being a random thought of mine. Thus, it received the name "Stratojagger".