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Watch How This Guy Folds And Flies World Record Paper Airplanes

Most of us have during some part of our childhood been really into paper airplanes, right? Meet John Collins, who never lost his interest in them and is known as The Paper Airplane Guy now.

Over the years, The Paper Airplane Guy has devoted his time and energy into honing his paper airplane skills. He has been learning the designing, folding, and flying of the finest paper airplanes ever. Are you ready to get in touch with your inner child again? If yes, then you are in the right place.

Most of us know the basic way of making a paper airplane or maybe a bit of variation of it. However, the video that we bring to you today will help you learn how The Paper Airplane Guy folds and flies the world-record-holding paper airplanes. You will be witnessing planes that can return to The Paper Airplane Guy. There is a plane that flies like a bat, and then there is a paper airplane that continues soaring!

John Collins says, ‘I just love figuring out how things fly.’ He talks about how, as a child, you can observe different flying techniques – used by insects, birds, and planes. John explains that they all rely on a slightly different mechanism to fly, and this has remained quite fascinating to him. He then talks about how he was able to incorporate the art of origami to his passion for making paper airplanes. He spent ten years learning the art of origami – talk about dedication and commitment. Once he had acquired the knowledge of origami, he incorporated those techniques to his passion; making airplanes from pieces of paper.

The video is filled with amazing creations from The Paper Airplane Guy. Check it out below and do let us know what you think of the video and which paper airplane is your favorite. Be sure to share it with your friends and family members as well!

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