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July 07, 2005

Paper airplanes

Status_quo “May your skies be blue, and you humidity low.” Ken Blackburn holds the Guinness record for time aloft for paper airplanes. Guinness’s Record Guidelines

World's Largest Paper Airplane, Mukilteo, Washington

Which came first, paper airplanes or real ones?

Download, print-out and make the David Hasselhoff paper airplane today

Photo Valet General Aviation pix

Too close for comfort

Molt Taylor's Aerocar

Japanese paper models

Chthulhu's Paper Models

Peter Kunzmann’s Paper Aeroplane World

Previously-blogged on the subject: Paper Airplane Flight Simulator, 3Ds by Christian Lowe and Build the Best paper airplane in the world, Paper toys

Also: World War II Aviation Training Films Playing Live Online

This is the seventh post that I am “co-blogging”, this time with Nick of blanketfort, who provided most of today’s links. (Previous posts here.) Thank you, Nick! If other bloggers are interested to share the forum here on any other topic, please contact me for details.

Many More Unusual Flight Links Here

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The Sakoda Origami SST is my favourite!:
http://web.archive.org/web/20010216113609/http://web.archive.org/web/20010216113609/idt.net/~kittyv/Frame/origami/pdf/square/sst_96.pdf

Posted by: Avi Solomon at Jul 7, 2005 1:44:00 PM

and planes from the 1968 Scientific American paper plane competition:
http://web.archive.org/web/20040202174029/http://www.pchelp.net/planes.htm
THE book on the subject is:
Mander, Jerry.,Dipple, George, Gossage, Howard. The Great International Paper Airplane Book. Fireside Book. Simon & Schuster, Ind., New York 1967

Posted by: Avi Solomon at Jul 14, 2005 1:31:25 PM

Check out my website! it has 550+ links to paper airplane sites scattered throughout the web!
thanks, dean :)

Posted by: dean at May 5, 2006 12:37:18 PM

this is awsome

Posted by: haley at Feb 26, 2008 9:39:42 AM