Fold A World-Record-Setting Paper Aeroplane In Under 10 Minutes

Fold A World-Record-Setting Paper Aeroplane In Under 10 Minutes

If you’re looking for something fun to make, or you’re involved in some sort of competition, here the instructions for the world’s best and farthest flying paper aeroplane. All it takes is one sheet.

We’ve shown you how to make a record-breaking plane before, but records are meant to be broken. This build is from current world record holder John Collins — The Paper Aeroplane Guy — who had his plane thrown by former arena football quarterback Joe Ayoob. The video above from John Collins’ YouTube channel shows you how to make the same aeroplane that flew 68.88m. Now if you’re ever in a competition — or just looking for something fun to do — you know how to make the best there is.

How to fold the world record paper aeroplane [YouTube via Adafruit]

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