even when made by the most inexperienced child. It can be quickly made from a sheet of
A4 paper and I really like it. I drew this page up and placed it on the internet within a
day of learning to make this paper airplane.
flying again and again. The blunt nose makes it really easy to reuse as it does not easily
get damaged. It is another classic design that has been around for many years and I
really like it.
the fact that is about as adept at flying as the Titanic if a little more attractively plane
shaped. I do not like this plane but you might want to try it out for yourself once I have
shown you how to make it.
classrooms the world over. 7 folds and throw, there isn't a difficult part in making this
plane. I must dedicate it to Peter Batey who received my email for a few weeks and sent
me this design.
plane is slightly more complex than the classic dart above but flies further and is more
accurate. This design was sent to me by Dmitri through email and so I dedicate it to him
on this site.
nose is quite unusual but very effective. Even if thrown as hard as possible at a wall it will be undamaged. The last time I saw the first one of these I made it was flying towards the Severn estuary from the top of a tall tower in Bristol.
by a visitor to my site and I thought it was so good that I
would post it for you all to have a go. It is a very good glider
and well worth a fly!
you must practise and that is why it is of medium difficulty. This unusual plane is one of
a family of designs and hopefully I will bring you more tubular paper airplanes in the
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