How to Make a Paper Airplane | F-117 NightHawk

► ABOUT the ORIGAMI:
• DIFFICULTY: Medium
• MATERIALS: Letter Size 8.5″ x 11″ [20 lb or 24 lb] or A4 paper [80 g/m²]. For some origami, you need to use Origami Paper [Square Paper]

》FREE letter size template : http://goo.gl/NyZMQJ
► FOLDING ADVICE:
• Keep the paper fixed and flat
• Make sure all edges lined up
• Follow the instructions carefully
• Watch the video in HD and pause as needed.

► THROWING ADVICE:
In general, a plane will fly successfully if it is held and thrown at 20° to 30° properly. However, each plane will require special throwing technique. Please follow the video instructions for more information.

► FLYING CONDITIONS:
Keep in mind that paper airplanes are made with paper, and they are designed to fly in dry and windless conditions. However, there are some exceptional paper airplanes that can fly in windy conditions. Check them out here: https://goo.gl/5uV0QS
》SIMILAR MODELS:

∘ 3D paper plane » https://youtu.be/i8qxExknDSw
∘ Sparrow paper plane » https://youtu.be/f17UOFW4j9M
∘ Challenger » https://youtu.be/6QD-moQ-Ppg
∘ Super Arrow » https://youtu.be/8g4U5o4duzc
∘ New Dart » https://youtu.be/d5KJlnXUrGk

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