You can easily recognize this plane as it is the classic shape that most people start their origami journey with. At first glance, everything may seem obvious, but aircraft modeling experts will reasonably object to you. Even in the process of creating the simplest aircraft model, it is important to correctly distribute the weight and density of the paper so that the duration and accuracy of the flight will not disappoint you.

This model got its name due to its increased accuracy. In most cases, it flies exactly to the point where the owner sent it. The precision will amaze you and everyone you will demonstrate your airplane.

You can make this model quite simply and it will take a little time. This in no way will affect how far and fast it will fly. However, note that this aircraft model has a rather sharp tip, so you need to be extremely careful. To make this plane, you need to prepare a sheet of A4 paper (21×28 cm). If you want to make it larger or smaller, you can take another sheet of paper while maintaining the aspect ratio.

Step 1

The first step is probably the easiest.

Step 2

You need to fold the paper in half, connecting the left and right sides.

Step 3

As with most folds, you need to crease the fold and unfold.

Step 4

Now, you should bend the upper right and left corners inward so that they meet on the center line you created in the previous step.

Step 5
Step 6

In the same way, you need to fold the side corners to the center.

Step 7
Step 8

The next step would be folding the paper in half from right to left along the already marked fold. This is another simple step that even a child can master!

Step 9

Now, let’s take care of the wings.

Step 10

For this, you need to bend one of the wings outward, as shown in the photo.

Step 11

To fold the second wing symmetrically, you need to flip the figure.

Step 12

You can try to make the nose of the plane as sharp as possible.

Step 13

As a last step, you would open the wings so that they are perpendicular to the body.

Step 14

The plane is ready to fly!

Now, you can see for yourself how fast and maneuverable it is. If you make several of these aircraft, then you can arrange a competition in speed and accuracy.

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