Step 2. Fold along the blue line, so you fold the paper
longways exactly in half. Once you've got it perfect, open it back up
again. You will use the crease you've created at the centre line as a
Step3. Now fold along the blue lines so that the flat edge at the
top of the paper exactly meet the centre line. You should aim for
something that looks exactly like the diagram on the right.
Step 4 Now fold along the blue lines again, so you get
something that looks like the diagram on the right. Try to make sure
that the diagonal edges of the folds you created in the previous step,
now exactly meet with the centre line.
Step 5 Now fold the tip of the plane back
10.5cm. Ensure that the tip of the plane meets the centre
Step 6 On the top flap of paper that you've just created, fold
back again according to the dimensions shown. Aim for something that
looks like the diagram on the right.
Step 7 Now fold back along the centre line. Make sure all the
folds you've created in the previous steps are on the outside, not the
inside. You should get something that looks like the diagram on the
Step 8 Now we're going to fold down the wings. As you will see in the
diagram on the left, the fold starts at an easily identifiable point where the folds
cross near the nose of the plane. At the rear end, the fold should be about 2.9
cm up from the base of the fuselage. The means that the back of the fuselage
will be slightly higher than the front.
Step 9 Now fold the wing down on the other side, according to
the same dimensions. Once you're done, you should get something
that looks like this.
Step 10 Now fold the wings straight so that they are
Step 11 Now we're going to fold down the fins. Place the
plane on it's back and fold the fins according to the dimensions shown,
making sure that they fall exactly parallel with the fuselage.
Step 12 Flip the plane over... you're almost done.
Rejoice! However, remember almost all paper aeroplanes
need calibrating before they fly correctly.