if our paper airplane is light , then the plane will go farther, because the wind will carry it farther
the smallest airplane will fly the farthest
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 www.paperaeronautics.org/tipsforagoodplane .
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. http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/airplane.html
It depends on how you throw your paper airplane. Also how you make to paper airplane.
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 effect of a hole on a paper airplane would depend on the type of paper airplane the hole is on, and where it is on the aircraft.
the regular 8x11 inch paper (A4) is an good size to make many airplanes
Up, Up, and Away!
The range of a paper airplane varies by model.
Construction paper will probaly fly best because it's thinker
Wax paper works good for strong, high-flying planes.