When I was in high school my AP Physics teacher held a paper airplane competition with several different categories; furthest distance, longest airtime, most acrobatic, etc. I was pretty proud of myself that I won the longest airtime competition not because my airplane went really high and flew all around the room with a good glide, but I threw it up probably only about 6 feet, but because of it’s poor gliding properties it floated like a feather and took a long time to reach the ground. Every time I see books or web sites on the different types of paper airplanes, my interest is always piqued.
So when I came across Fold ‘n Fly I was interested. Not enough to go out to try and make each one because I’m an adult now and don’t have the time, but I probably should, to bring that kid out in me.