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Construction paper will probaly fly best because it's thinker

i would have to show you but i can make an extremly good paper airplane

It depends on what you mean by "best paper airplane". The longest time aloft for a paper airplane is 27.6 seconds, thrown by Ken Blackburn and verified by Guinness (indoor flight). Tips for a good paper airplane are at .

if our paper airplane is light , then the plane will go farther, because the wind will carry it farther

this is a link to a very good airplane model. It will take a little bit of time to fold it 100% accurate but with a little bit of practice it is the best paper airplane.

Well, It depends on the density of the paper, the wings, the hull, the design, the aerodynamics, and the lift it creates. One easy one is just to make the basic paper airplane, and experiment from there. But here are three good designs: The dragon, The champ, and nick's plane.

it could affect it because depending on the wing span, if they are wider then usual to catch more air.

That very much depends on what you want it to do.. For a graceful kind of glider I would recommend the Floating Paper airplane. For a fast kind of dart I would recommend the Bottlenose Paper airplane. For a good all-rounder I would recommend the Rapier paper airplane. Instructions are linked below for making these.

the regular 8x11 inch paper (A4) is an good size to make many airplanes

Wax paper works good for strong, high-flying planes.

Okay so the best paper airplane in the world well there is alot there is the skyhawk the omniwing the wetbat and the crustmatic and all of theses planes are very very good

You just need paper and good folding hands.

through my experience ,after much practice you may be able to make a good paper air plane...............

AnswerIdk look it up on the internet or something hahaha that was good because you are on the internet

Step 1: fold paper in half then unfoldStep 2: fold top right corner and top left corner down to the middle creaseStep 3: fold paper backStep 4: on both sides of airplane, fold down the wings by folding the top of the paper down to the bottomThere's is a simple airplane. Yes it might not fly good but it's a simple airplane.

A good paper airplane should be well-balanced and have a wingspan appropriate to its type (stunt, glider, or dart). For more information, go to .

"Help me!" said the teacher, "it's mayhem in here!" She gets hit by a paper airplane and it pokes her in the eye.

Amazon is a good source of books on how to make paper airplanes.There is also a book by Klutz which is available on their own website and can be bought along with a supply of special airplane-making paper.

My name is joe hughes with bezzie peds go out and try to trade it for $5000 , good luck or you can make an airplane or you could do whatever you want with it. or origami

the fastest airplane goes 2,014 mph on a good day.

use regular typing paper and a small paper clip or two. put one at the nose of the plane and one underneath it where you hold it to keep it together. to learn how to make different types of airplanes (ex. ones that do tricks) go on youtube or type in "how to make paper airplanes" on Google.

Well it depends on exactly what you want to make. Are you trying to come up with an art idea? Because you could look at an origami book and make something like that, or a fortune teller, or a paper airplane. But if you are talking about recycling or reusing paper, I'm not sure...

Distance = Rate * Time for our purposes Time = Distance/Rate Time = 800 miles/650 mph = 1.231 hours ----------------- .231 * 60 minutes = 13.86 minutes, so 1 hour and 14 minutes is a good answer to how long for the airplane

this guy is too smart for his own good"All modern jets are aluminum or exotic new composite materials, paper ones are surely only models"i tested this the other day i was like hmm i wonder if an aluminum "paper" plane is faster so i made one double layered aluminum with a double fold on the edges using a very streamline very fast model that i just throw as hard as i can, i think it holds the record for speed and distance in the paper category u can find it on the net somewhere, my results were aluminum is faster and could fly longer but im not a very good throw but aluminum is better so yeahhhhi agree with you at first i thought paper because it is lighter but i did a science project on it and you were right thank you

Yeah, it helps for the plane to be longer and stremlined. Make sure the edges are folded sharply and crisply, this helps the airplane become more sreamlined. Have a good size for wings so that it can catch air and glide, but not too big.

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