Fold-and-fly Paper Airplanes
These aren't your basic paper planes -- they're even more fun to make and fly! With a twist and a fold, you can have a fabulously detailed and varied fleet of multicolored origami paper flyers. Along with complete instructions for building these 15 models, you get full-color photos, an introduction to paper plane races, ideas for launching planes with rubber bands, and aeronautic terminology. Try making a "Kir-Z Alien Spaceship", a hydroplane, a Stealth Spotter, a bomber, a multiple fighter, and 10 more.
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advanced Launch aerodynamic Alien spacecraft axis bottom view top Cassiopeia diagram distance category Type easy Launch extra strong Level fast Behavior flies folds and rotate folds Reconnaissance aircraft four valley folds Franco Pavarin front view side give the model High-altitude Reconnaissance Plane inserting the top intermediate Launch intermediate to advanced kite Launch this model level flight Stability main wing medium Flight path medium to strong model a three-dimensional mountain fold nose-up attitude Stability once you've completed origami pair of flaps place per category pocket previous model Remake a mountain rubber band Seaplane shape front view side view top slight tendency slow to medium small flaps straight line Behavior strong Flight path strong launch tendency to nose-dive tendency to pitch tendency to veer top point top view Alien Trainer craft turn-back fold Type of paper unfold a pair view bottom view view side view view top view wing's trailing edge winglets