How To Build A Paper Airplane: The Delta Wing
This is a nice looking airplane with a heavy nose. Because of this it should be thrown slightly to above so it can fly longer and not just bed into the ground. The stabilizer added in the last step is also important for this. Use A4 or Letter sheet of paper for this airplane - not a square.
Some Tips When Building Paper Airplanes
- You can use one-side colored paper like in our pictures. This way it's easier to follow the visual instructions.
- Paper airplanes are appropriate for kids and for adults. There is no age limit.
- You can use recycled or printed paper
- Feel free to experiment. Even if you can't understand some instruction you may end up creating a new model.