Most Popular Paper Airplanes

Most Popular Paper Airplanes

Over the years, some paper airplanes have become more popular than others. Why? Perhaps because some of them look super cool. Maybe it's because they fly better than others. Whatever the case, these are the most Popular Planes on the site. Grab a sheet of paper and let's get started!
How make Wildebeest paper airplane

Wildebeest Paper Airplane

The Wildebeest paper plane has a modern fighter jet look. It's an awesome craft with its twin vertical stabilizers and sleek lines. There are several tight folds that you'll need to get right, so this is a difficult (but rewarding) paper airplane to make.
How make manta ray paper airplane

The Pelican Paper Airplane

The Pelican is a canard (small wing up front) paper airplane with lots of wing area for long, easy flights in no or low-wind situations. Give it a try. You will be glad you did!
How make seagull paper airplane

Seagull Paper Airplane

The Sea Gull paper airplane is a unique Delta Wing design and a slow, long-distance floater. That's thanks to its unusual "tucked nose", which propels this elegant looking craft. This variation of a traditional glider design will float straight and far when folded well.
How make Ketch paper airplane

The Ketch Paper Airplane

The Ketch paper plane is just plain cool! Nuff said. Take care with your folds and just make this plane.
How make kingfisher paper airplane

Kingfisher Paper Airplane

The Kingfisher is a popular and gentle flying paper airplane. It is also a glider model, so you can expect it to fly well.
How make Albatross paper glider

The Albatross Paper Glider

Another paper glider? A trend maybe. With its heavy nose and extra vertical stabilizers, this all purpose glider can float or be made to do acrobatics. It is designed to be an indoor craft and best made with medium to heavy weight paper. Click here for the complete step-by-step instructions on how to fold the Albatross paper airplane.