What paper airplane flies the highest?
The farthest flight by a paper aircraft is 69.14 meters (226 feet 10 inches), achieved by Joe Ayoob and aircraft designer John M. Collins (both USA), at McClellan Air Force Base, in North Highlands, California, USA on 26 February 2012. The plane was constructed from a single sheet of uncut A4 paper.
How high can a paper airplane go?
The fold piece of paper covered a distance of 226 feet, 10 inches, or three-fourths of the length of a football field. The paper airplane flight beat the previous world record of 207 feet, 4 inches, set by Stephen Kreiger in 2003.
How do you make a super cool paper airplane?
- Fold the paper in half to get a nice crease in it. …
- Fold 2 triangles in it from the middle of the paper.
- From the bottom fold smaller triangles on both sides of the paper.
- Fold up from the bottom the extra paper.
- Fold upwards to make a diamond.
- Flip the paper around and fold 2 of the points inwards.