How to Make a Paper Airplane Fly Far?


If you are interested in making a paper airplane that will not only fly, but fly far, you obviously are looking for plans that are better than the usual floppy airplane plans. Are you in luck! If you can grab a typical piece of typing paper, we will walk you through the process of making the best airplane ever! Check out this site for step by step instructions for making that airplane:
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1. Fold the edges carefully. Place a piece of 8.5 by 11inch paper in front of you lengthwise. Fold the paper in half lengthwise and press the edge down firmly with your finger. Fold
fold it like crazy then chuck it.
To make a paper airplane you need paper, plain notebook paper works. Fold the paper in half long ways. Take the top 2 corners and fold each one to the middle to where they are flat
1. Make a paper airplane. if you don't already have one. Ad. 2. Put your thumb on one side of the airplane and your second finger on the other side. 3. Push your hand forward and
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How to Make a Paper Airplane That Will Fly Far
Folding paper airplanes is an entertaining hobby. There are several different styles of paper airplanes that you can fold. Some styles will fly faster or have a loopy flight pattern, while others fold in a way that will make them get a lot of distance... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Aerodynamics play a huge role in how far your airplane will fly. Make sure you increase the size of the wings, and make the front end point so it cuts into the air.
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The design of a paper airplane can make or break your flight. If you have to much weight in the front or back the plane wont fly. You want the front to slightly ...
A paper airplane is a flying object. It is very easy to make a wide variety of paper airplanes. Paper airplanes are a fun, cheap and easily repeated form of entertainment ...
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