Folding the perfect paper airplane is tough. Usually, my paper airplanes won’t go more than five feet. Often the plane just twirls and whirls straight into the ground.
That’s why I recruited the help of the Paper Airplane Guy, John M. Collins to enlighten us all on how to build the perfect paper airplane.
Collins set the world record for Paper Airplane Distance in 2012, throwing a plane more than 200 feet through the air before landing. He’s been at it for years, and there is likely no better source for paper airplane excellence. So, without further ado, check out his video tutorial below.
If you’re more interested in building and launching more paper airplanes, including the world record-breaking design, be sure to read Collins’ The New World Champion Paper Airplane Book, featuring detailed step-by-step instructions on 24 awesome airplane models.
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