John Collins made the farthest-flying paper aeroplane in the recorded history of paper aeroplanes. And while he published a video on how to fold them back in in November, it missed the key elements that made his planes the very best in the world.
So now he's sent us a video that contains all the tricks you need to match his mad skills. As John, who's organising a US Paper 'Airplane' Contest, explains:
I'm sending along a link to a video I think your readers will like. It's the complete instructions for the world record paper airplane, with the taping scheme and dihedral adjustments.
Oh, go on then…
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