Origami Stable Airplane

The name of this aircraft says a lot, right? In flight, it is very stable. It likes to fly long and makes wide circles. Therefore, running it in an apartment or in a house is not the best option. To fully appreciate its abilities, it is better to run it on the street or in the park.

As for the instructions for this origami, it has a beginner level of complexity and is suitable even for small children. Before you can start folding this beauty, you need to prepare an A4 sheet, and even if your child cannot read yet, he will be able to fold such an airplane according to photo or video instructions.

You should not forget that flight characteristics directly depend on the configuration of the aircraft. Therefore, below the instructions, we offer some tips that will help in the handling and tweaking of your aircraft.

Step 1

Fold the sheet of paper in half lengthwise.

Step 2
Step 3

As always, crease the fold, then you need to unfold.

Step 4

Fold the top right corner inward, so that its top edge is on the center line.

Step 5

Similarly, bend the left corner inward.

Step 6

At the top, you should see a triangle. Bend it down along the bottom border.

Step 7

Alternately bend both upper corners inward.

Step 8

Their tips should converge at a point slightly above the bottom corner of the triangle.

Step 9

Now, fold the small triangular piece of paper up in the center. This will allow you to fasten the two sides.

Step 10

Fold the figure in half, as shown in the photo.

Step 11
Step 12

Let’s start creating the wings. Fold the paper along the dotted line.

Step 13

At this stage, the paper is already difficult to fold, so crease the folds carefully.

Step 14

Turn the figure over and fold the second wing symmetrically.

Step 15
Step 16

Awesome! You did it!

Now, we are going to give some promised tips. If you want the plane to do different tricks and somersaults, you need to bend the back of the wings up a little. If the plane suddenly began to roll over in the air and fall, then lift the wings up a little so that they form an obtuse angle with the body. Happy piloting!

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