Nov 282014
How To Fold The World Record Paper Airplane

John Collins is known as The Paper Airplane Guy online, and truly lives up to his name. The paper airplane enthusiast has been honing and sharpening his skills for years and has finally created the most efficient paper airplane. Two years ago, he made it into the Guinness World Book of Records for the longest paper airplane distance. That video has over 3.75 million hits!

Now, he has stepped forward to explain how to fold the design for his record breaking plane which he calls the Suzanne. This video from March has only gone viral now with almost one million hits! So takes notes and practice, soon you will crush all your friends when you have paper airplane contests. 


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Oct 082014
Handheld Paper Airplane Folder And Launcher Is Awesome

There’s a lot of talk abut 3D printers these days, but what are they good for besides for printing silly knick knacks and toys? German paper airplane enthusiast Papierfliegerei demonstrates the true potential of 3D printing with this year old video that has only gone viral now.

Using his expertise, he built a handheld paper airplane launcher. The shooter takes a piece of paper and pulls it through a short assembly line until finally launching the new plane into the air. So cool!


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Jun 012014
Fan Throws Paper Airplane From Top Of Stadium And Hits Player

An English fan bored during a football game threw a paper airplane from the top of the stadium. Incredibly, he hit a Peru player. The crowd went wild as if the team scored a goal. This video has instantly gone viral over the weekend with over 3 million hits already!


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May 272014
World’s Largest Paper Airplane Flies Over Arizona

To keep kids interested in science and aviation, Pima Air & Space Museum holds a Great Paper Airplane Project each year. This year, they built the world’s largest paper airplane, named the Arturo’s Desert Eagle. The plane measured a gigantic 45 feet long and 26 feet wide, and flew over the desert of Arizona for ten seconds and hit a top speed of 100 mph! Naturally, the plane was equipped with a GoPro camera to capture the action


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