Apr 03

The Needle

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The Needle The Needle, based on the web access logs, have been one of the most popular paper airplane in this page, so here I present the newest addition to the series of hunters. Interestingly, no two of the ‘hunters’ … Continue reading

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Apr 02

The Origami X-Hunter

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The Origami X-Hunter The X Hunter is the leading-edge extension plane with the extra tabs folded into something a bit more menacing than landing gear. This plane has a lot of stability and can fly very far. Has a tendency … Continue reading

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Apr 02

The Thay Hunter – Paper Airplane

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The Thay Hunter The Thay Hunter is a plane that performs much like the Mirage, except that it flies slightly faster. Leading edge extensions are the short, highly-swept sections of wing root that join it to the fuselage near the … Continue reading

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Jul 29

Paper Airplane.

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How to make paper airplanes? This section is specifically for plane lovers, and is organised neatly to display over 50 models of Gliders, Hunters, Acrobatic and Decoratives planes. Each paper model is pictured in detail, along with instructions on how … Continue reading

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Jul 22

The longest distance flown by a paper airplane.

Joe Ayoob, left, throwing a paper airplane folded by John Collins, right, on Feb. 26. The throw set a world record.

  The longest distance flight by a paper airplane The Guinness Record Worlds for the longest flight by a paper airplane is 69.14 meters (226 feet 10 inches), achieved by Joe Ayoob and aircraft designer John M. Collins (both USA), … Continue reading

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