Fold in in half long ways, then unfold. Fold the top edges in so that they line up with the center line. At this point, this should look very similar to the most basic paper airplane design.Fold the top point down so that it touches the bottom edge of the paper. Then fold the point back up, starting about 1.5 inches from the top edge.
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What is the longest paper airplane flight?
The all-time distance record for paper airplane flight* was set in February, 2012. The paper craft was designed by John Collins (a.k.a. The Paper Airplane Guy ), and soared a whopping 226 feet, 10 inches. Here, Collins walks us through how to fold his world-record-holding plane, which he’s named Suzanne.
How do you fold a paper airplane for beginners?
Fold the paper down to align your edges. Again, fold your wing flaps down over your previous folds to align the flat portion that was at the top of the wing to the flat base. The distance from the base of your plane to the top should be about 1 inch (25 mm) tall.
Can you make a paper airplane go the distance?
John Collins knows how to make a piece of paper go the distance. In 2012, he set the world record for the farthest flight for a paper aircraft. Collins, who’s known as The Paper Airplane Guy, has written a new book offering instructions for folding not only his record-setting design, but stunt planes that do loops and flap their wings.
How do Paper Planes get so much lift?
Like the space shuttle, which is forced to land with its nose high in the air, an increased angle of attack creates increased lift (as long as it doesn’t make the plane flip). Notice all these design features in the plans for Blackburn’s world-record paper airplane, shown above.