The Best Paper Airplanes

NameNotes Rating
AvengerWinner of a "perfect plane" contest in 2005.Rating for Avenger
(17 votes)
The FlapperYes, it does as its name suggests.Rating for The Flapper
(13 votes)
OmniWingA nice-looking design but uses tape. Is that allowed?Rating for OmniWing
(17 votes)
PL-1 Joe's Favorite Paper AirplaneQuote: "The result of years of childhood research, design and testing". A well-spent youth, Joe!Rating for PL-1 Joe's Favorite Paper Airplane
(16 votes)
Best Paper Airplane in the WorldModestly titled - does it live up to its claim?Rating for Best Paper Airplane in the World
(58 votes)
Inverted paper planeA design gradually improved over the years. Jump to the bottom to see the best airplane.Rating for Inverted paper plane
(3 votes)
Simple Paper AirplaneAs simple as it gets. Paperclips are used on the nose (of the plane).Rating for Simple Paper Airplane
(25 votes)
Barnaby FlyerInvolves cutting. The page also includes flying tips.Rating for Barnaby Flyer
(18 votes)
The DragonQuote: "The best plane for trying to hit your teacher or lecturer with". Video included (of construction, not hitting a teacher).Rating for The Dragon
(42 votes)
The SabertoothLooks mean and reaches speeds of Mach 3, apparently.Rating for The Sabertooth
(18 votes)
Manta Paper PlaneAn original glider-style design. Video instructions.Rating for Manta Paper Plane
(12 votes)

If you make any of these paper airplanes, please submit a rating. And if you liked these, why not try some easy-to-make kites?