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Easy To Make Paper Airplanes

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

Use either a sheet of A4 or 81/2 inch x 11 inch quarto sized paper for the planes below:


1. Fold carefully, and run your finger over each fold to make sure it's really creased.
2. When you throw your plane, try to use your elbow instead of flicking your wrist.
3. Tilt the nose of your plane down just a little bit instead of throwing it up or straight ahead.


The Concord

Make landing gear folding, and give the model a 3-dimensional shape.   Use a double side tape inside of the vertical tail.  Bend up the back of the wing just a little bit for better landing.

 

Concorde

The Rapier

Very good paper airplane. It's very easy to make for all you starters & you will really enjoy making this plane. It flies, almost like a glider but has the elegant shape and great precision of a dart paper airplane. This paper airplane is the best of both worlds and is so easy to make. Have fun, I did.

 

Paper Helicopter

Now, this is not really a paper airplane, but it is a very good model and when simply dropped it will stay in the air for ages and spiral down excellently like a helicopter. I made this helicopter only a few times, but I did love the experience though.

Paper Rocket

You might think that is not a paper airplane either, but is extremely simple to make and has some very interesting science behind it. Check it ou!

Flying Fish

There are one very difficult fold in the whole of this paper airplane design. It is a most unique design, a bit strange but really flies very well and in a straight line just as a glider. It will stomach a bit of poor folding too so a good one to try if some of the other designs don't fly well for you.

 

Paper Frisbee

This is great fun and best made out of small squares of paper maybe 15cm by 15cm (6" by 6") and thrown like a normal Frisbee it will fly quite well especially indoors with no wind, you can have a go with it outside, but try to do it on a non windy day.

Frisbee

Nicks' Paper airplane

This paper airplane design is a fantastic glider, it is very well balanced, even when it's made by the most inexperienced child or adult. It is very quick to make from a sheet of A4 paper and you will really like it a lot.

Nick's Paper Airplane

Origami Paper Airplane 3

This is a really easy to make paper airplane that you will love 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.

Origami Paper Airplane III

Blimp/Zeppelin

This isn't really a plane but is a great little paper airship it looks good and it works great!

Paper Blimp

Worst ever paper airplane

This plane is truly terrible. Nothing can be done to overcome 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.

Worst Paper Airplane

Second origami plane

Japanese in origin and it is a fantastic flier you will love it. Play around with it add stabilizers and flaps, it can be a good stunt plane too.

2nd Origami Plane

The classic dart

This paper airplane is designed for all the bored people in the world, lectures and school classrooms the world over. 7 folds and throw, there isn't a difficult part in making this plane at all.

 

Classic Dart Paper Plane

Dmitri's Paper Airplane

This is a simple paper airplane design and indeed a real classic. This plane is slightly more complex than the classic dart above, but flies further and is more accurate.

 

Dmitri's Paper Airplane

Floating Paper airplane

This paper plane is really very good. With its wide wing span and the stabilizing winglets at the end of wings, it is very stable and flies very far.

Floating Paper Airplane

An improvement on the Worst ever paper airplane

I was a little harsh on the worst paper airplane. I altered the design myself to create this plane; it looks the same but it flies so much better.

Improved Paper Airplane


The Easy Glide

 

The instructions for making The Easy Glide are all written out for you to follow.

You will be flying and running around very soon.

Improved Paper Airplane

 

Medium Difficulty Paper Airplanes

INSTRUCTIONS:

 

Use either a sheet of A4 or 81/2 inch x 11 inch quarto sized paper for the planes below:


1. Fold carefully, and run your finger over each fold to make sure it's really creased.
2. When you throw your plane, try to use your elbow instead of flicking your wrist.
3. Tilt the nose of your plane down just a little bit instead of throwing it up or straight ahead.


Dragon Plane

This is my own design of paper airplane. If you make the wings completely level and throw it hard over arm it will fly fast and level indoors for 30 meters or more and it is quite good outside too. So try it out.

The Edmonton Shadow

I hope you like it you can decide. Enjoy!

Shadow Paper Airplane

The Swallow

This is a paper airplane stood the test of time it works very well.

Swallow paper airplane

Trapezium Paper airplane

This paper airplane is all wing with a heavy nose. The structure of the 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.

Trapezium Paper Airplane

Chris' Paper airplane

It is a very good glider and well worth a fly!

Chris' Paper Airplane

Nose Heavy Plane

I think this plane is great and it flies equally as well as the floating paper airplane. I think this is a great plane!

Nose Heavy Paper Airplane

Napkin Paper Airplane

This is a simple design to make but in order for it to fly properly you must practice and that is why it is of medium difficulty. You can create some of the best airplane designs with PrintLion Custom Printing for invitations and more.

Napkin Paper Airplane

 

 

The Concorde  - The Easy Glide - The rapier - Paper Helicopter - Paper Rocket - Flying Fish - Paper Frisbee -
Nicks' Paper airplane
- Origami Paper Airplane 3 - Blimp/Zeppelin - Worst ever paper airplane -
Second origami plane - The classic dart - Dmitri's Paper Airplane - Floating Paper airplane -
An improvement on the Worst ever paper airplane
- Dragon Plane - The Edmonton Shadow - The Swallow -
Trapezium Paper airplane
- Chris' Paper airplane - Nose Heavy Plane - Napkin Paper Airplane

 

 

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