Paper Plane to go 20 metres


Pham Bill asked "could make a paper airplane that flies 20m by throwing" so I have made a couple. One from very lightweight paper and one from thin card. The plan is to fly them outdoors as I don't have 20 meters indoors to test them. The lightweight one may struggle if there is any wind so the heavier one may do better. I checked they fly OK in my kitchen and I will put them in the back of my car so I can fly them next time I go somewhere with more space.
I have several other projects waiting for the right weather to fly them so I can upload the videos.

Main components
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Paper or thin card

Main Tools
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Scissors

Filmed using
FujiFilm FinePix S4800

Edited using
Serif MoviePlus Starter Edition

I will add this new video to my Aircraft playlist
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