How to make the longest flying paper airplane ever
Long Flying Paper Airplane by jaxspop in paper-airplanes. There are a few more folds, and it flies a bit better than the above Bulldog Dart.
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Toda's plane, by comparison, looked pretty much how we expected an over-engineered paper airplane to be. Toda focused his attention on setting more weight at the front of the plane, similar to how Blackburn did; he did so by widening the nose of the plane and doubling up its thickness with a few intricate folds at the tip.
In the end, both design strategies netted planes with similar flight times. But we did learn one more important thing about tossing paper planes: Here's how to make the planes. For those with a copy of the May issue of Popular Scienceyou guys can turn to page 64 and follow the instructions.
If not, we've provided some PDFs below that you can print out yourself. It might take some work--they have to be printed double-sided, with everything properly lined up--but it's possible. Fold the top two corners down so they meet the center crease.
This is the classic way to start a paper airplane, and probably what you first learned as a kid. Flip the plane over, and fold the corners in again to the center crease. You want the diagonal line coming off the top of the plane on the left side to be lined up with the middle like on the right side.
Fold the top point down so that the tip meets the bottom of where the previous folds come together.Longest Flying Paper Airplane Tutorial - How To Make The Worlds Longest Flying Paper Airplane
Fold the entire plane in half, in on itself. This creates the snub nose, which gives the Bulldog Dart its name. Repeat on the other side.
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The finished Bulldog Dart. This flies better when thrown at lower speeds.
Your tendency is to launch it, but the heavy nose will just fly it into the ground. This is a slightly more advanced paper airplane. There are a few more folds, and it flies a bit better than the above Bulldog Dart.
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This is the perfect middle ground between simple and complex recreational paper aircraft. Start the same way you did with the Bulldog. I love this paper airplane!
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