If you want to make the best paper planes, you need to learn from a master. So we asked John Collins, who set the Guinness World Record for farthest flight by a paper aircraft in 2012, to teach us a thing or two about the squash fold and perfect winglets. In this tutorial, he shows us how to fold three planes:
The Suzanne—the plane he set the world distance record with, named after his wife.
The Tube—a tube-shaped plane you throw like a football.
And, finally, the Boomerang—a stunt plane capable of circling left and right and performing loops.
Ready to fly? Grab a stack of paper, press play (pause as often as you need to) and fold away.
You can watch our original video with John Collins here:
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