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Jet Fighter

This paper jet has a unique two level wing that gives it some style.

When adjusted correctly, this paper jet can glide for long distances.

Hard Difficulty 9 folds distance, time aloft 20.8 ft / 6.4 m
Average Distance
Thrown by a 10yr old
2 sec
Average Time Aloft
Thrown by a 10yr old

Paper Airplane Folding Instructions

Step 1

1. Fold the sheet in half vertically. Then, open and fold both corners down to the middle.

Step 2

2. Take one top edge and fold down to the bottom edge on the same side.

Step 3

3. Open and repeat step two on the other side to get the creases shown in the picture.

Step 4

4. Accordion fold the creases in to get this shape.

Step 5

5. Next, fold the bottom triangular piece back up.

Step 6

6. Fold back both outer points of the triangle shape. Be sure the folds are tucked in-between both layers.

Step 7

7. Fold the plane in half away from you.

Step 8

8. Fold down one wing and then repeat with the other.

Step 9

9. Crease up the edges of each wing at an angle.

Final Paper Airplane Design Jet Fighter

Use some tape to keep the fuselage together and two smaller pieces of tape to keep the two levels of wing together. Experiment with the side stabilizer fins and add wing flaps to control the flight.