# How do you modify a paper airplane?

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## How do you modify a paper airplane that flies farther?

You will need a paper airplane, a stapler, and some tape and scissors. You staple the paper airplane all the way to the back without hitting either wing. You create three rows of these staples. This will make the airplane “closed” so it will glide farther.

## How do you change a paper airplane?

You can change the center of gravity of a paper airplane by adding weight anywhere along the body. If the plane flies nose down, add weight towards the tail or remove weight from the nose. Do the opposite if the plane flies nose up.

## What makes a paper airplane faster?

Pressure can be reduced on a wing’s surface by making the air move over it more quickly. The wings of a plane are curved so that the air moves more quickly over the top of the wing, resulting in an upward push, or lift, on the wing.

## What is the farthest paper airplane?

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.

## What kind of paper airplane flies the farthest?

From the results of testing design number 2 flew the furthest with both the plane launcher and people throwing it. Design 3 however had the biggest wing span. The weight of each paper aeroplane was the same as each aeroplane was made out of the same size and weight of paper.

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