This section will teach you how to make different types of flaps on your paper airplanes.
These flaps will make your plane do more tricks and fly faster and many other things.
1. Opposite flaps:
Opposite flaps are when one flap is upwards and one is downwards.
Opposite flaps are used when you want to have a more acrobatic paper plane that will do more stunts.
2. Downward flaps:
Downward flaps are when both are down facing.
Downward flaps are used when you want a plane to glide more than usual.
3. Upward flaps:
Upward flaps are when both flaps are facing up.
Upward flaps are used when you want a paper airplane that is a dart plane.
An example of a plane that uses upward flaps is the Chihuahua.
4. Cut Flaps:
Cut flaps are flaps that are about half an inch wide that are cut in the back of the wing.
These flaps are used to make your plane do more loop ‘ the ‘ loops.
An example of a plane that uses cut flaps is the Skunk.