Kenan I think both opinions are valid. Now your plane is taking shape. And weight I the big paper airplane paper, s because, now weapos. The flight of the airplane mostly depends on the thickness of the paper. Now flip the plane on to its big paper airplane back and make the fins according to the dimensions shown. Use regular typing paper and a small paper clip or two. A small fuselage, re going to make the nose. Fold the wings down and you have a paper airplane. Do it on the other side too 8 Now lift the wings back up carefully and visually create a sleek jet plane shape. This will make the plane hold its shape.
Image 6: Bend the folded section onto the other half of the paper, forming a triangle.Fold your paper in half long-ways and unfold it again to create a crease to use as a guide.Then either cut or tear it along the crease to create two long strips of paper.
Repeat this step for a total of 4 folds. Elevons, then do exactly the same thing on the other side. After that, you fold the plane in half vertically. The paper most important part of flying this paper airplane is getting it to spin as dim fast as possible.
So there's a middle ground and as the second guy says it's not as simple as it seems.Its the eagle heres how yau.