# Question: Which is the fastest paper plane in the world?

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Watch the video: In 2012, former Cal Berkeley quarterback Joe Ayoob officially broke the Guinness World Record by flying a John Collins designed paper airplane 69.14 meters (226 feet, 10 inches) โ thats 5.95 meters or 19 feet, 6 inches farther than the previous record.

## How do you make the fastest paper airplane in the world?

How to Make the Fastest Paper AirplaneStep 1: Fold in Half. This is an easy step. Step 2: Fold the Cockpit. Step 3: Fold the Cockpit Down. Step 4: Fold the 2nd Cockpit. Step 5: Make the First Folds of the Wings. Step 6: The Second Folds of the Wings. Step 7: Ready for Takeoff! Step 8: Bonus Step.

## What is the world record for throwing a paper plane?

69.14 meters The world record for longest throw of a paper airplane has been broken. Joe Ayoob throws a John Collins design, officially breaking the world record by 19 feet, 6 inches. The new world record, once verified by Guinness, will be 69.14 meters (226 feet, 10 inches).

## How fast can a paper airplane fly?

According to Blackburn, For maximum height and for a good transition to gliding flight, the throw must be within 10 degrees of vertical โ which shows that a speed of at least 60 miles per hour (97 kilometres per hour) is the amount needed to throw the paper plane successfully.

## Can planes fly forever?

Youve been gliding many times without knowing it. It happens on just about every flight.โ Flying at a typical altitude of 36,000 feet (about seven miles), an aircraft that loses both engines will be able to travel for another 70 miles before reaching the ground.

## How long is the worlds longest paper chain?

779.21 m The longest paper chain by an individual measures 779.21 m (2,556 ft 5.5 in) long and was achieved by Julie McKinney (USA) in Fishers, Indiana, USA, on 22 June 2014.

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