The Paper Airplane Guy, shows How to fold the world record paper airplane
The farthest flight by a paper aircraft is 69.14 meters (226 feet 10 inches), achieved by Joe Ayoob and aircraft designer John M. Collins (both USA), at McClellan Air Force Base, in North Highlands, California, USA on 26 February 2012. The plane was constructed from a single sheet of uncut A4 paper. Joe Ayoob flew the aircraft designed by John M. Collins.
On Feb 26, 2012, John Collins and Joe Ayoob broke the Guinness World Record for paper aircraft distance, flying an aerodynamic paper airplane a whopping 226 feet, 10 inches (69.14 meters). You can see How to fold this plane here.
The “Paper Airplane Guy” John Collins, studied aerodynamics and origami in a quest to design the world’s most sophisticated paper projectiles. His record-breaking plane flew 226 feet. To Collins, paper airplanes aren’t just for making a ruckus in class, they can teach us a lot about science. Buuuut class disruption is an added bonus.
How to fold the world record paper airplane
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