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A lined paper airplane flies the farthest. It flies the farthest because it weighs less than any other type of paper. For example, it weighs less than an airplane made of construction paper and it weighs less than an airplane made of copy paper.
the bigger sized
if it weighs less it will fly farther
The kind that flies.
The world's farthest paper airplane was made from paper used in Origami, as per standard for the record. Joe Ayoob holds the world record at 226 feet and 10 inches.
Gliders fly the farthest. This is because they have greater wingspan. This means low lift-drag ratio. So they fly the farthest.
What wing design for a paper airplane will soar the farthest
Square-wing paper airplanes carrying most of their weight in the leading edge are the variety that currently hold the world record for longest paper airplane flight.
the smallest airplane will fly the farthest
102 ft. is what all the websites say, it is the "glider airplane"
Airplane fly mothers and fathers
Construction paper will probaly fly best because it's thinker
You need to throw it really hard.
Any airplane that the president flies on is called Air Force One. Most often it is a Boeing 747.
1. An airplane is not small 2. An airplane flies on gas
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.
The airplane is flown by a pilot who has been trained and then authorized by the appropriate authorities.
The kind of paper chosen to make a paper airplane affects its weight. The best paper for making airplane is the light but firm paper. Firm paper prevents the paper plane from crumbling in the wind.
The one I find the best is the best paper airplane in the world. http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/airplane.html
if its a basic airplane, adding paper clips to the wings can help so it doesnt just fly in random directions.
Damascus is one of the farthest cities from Rome. It is approximately 4,500 miles away, and would take a few days to get to, if you were traveling by airplane.