How to Fold the ‘Tube’ Paper Airplane | WIRED

John Collins, also known as ‘The Paper Airplane Guy,’ teaches us how to fold and fly our very own “Tube” paper airplane. The Tube doesn’t look like much, but it can certainly fly! You throw the Tube very much like you throw a football, letting the ring spin off of your fingertips. That rotation helps create lift, and lets the airplane do its thing.

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