The Harrier paper airplane holds the record for flying the farthest. Can you build and fly this elegant plane further than your friends, or will the disappearing wings of your buddies be the only sign you’ll see of them…
The Bulldog Dart paper airplane is a good flyer, easy to build, and with its blunt nose has a distinct look. Can you build and fly this beauty?
The Harrier. The Harrier, as you can see is a sleeking looking paper aeroplane, and is considered to be very good for stunts. By bending the wings in certain ways, will make the plane spin and loop. When planes do this in the sky it is called areobatics. How to make the Harrier To make the Harrier
It can be a little difficult finding things to do with the kids. Demands on your time I’m betting are pretty extreme, and you can often find yourself with a bored child or two, and just to make things worse, you have a million and one things to do and be thinking about as well.
Cardboard tubes can come from toilet rolls, kitchen rolls and best of all, wrapping paper!
Paper areoplanes are easy to build and easy to fly! Here is a famous model: The Bulldog Dart How to make the Bulldog Dart Take a piece of A4 paper and fold it in half length ways Why not make The Harrier paper aeroplane