March 1, 2012 by Alton K. Marsh, Senior Editor, AOPA Pilot
How far can a paper airplane fly? The new record as of Sunday is 226 feet, 10 inches using a design by John Collins, thanks to help from college quarterback Joe Ayoob who threw for Collins. The launch was the key, and he threw it flat, like he was trying to get a football to the other end of the 747 hangar he was in. The airplane climbed by itself, giving it the altitude to go 19 feet past the old record distance.
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This year I had this service available to economise on their award winning wines, the tour of Niagara-on-the-lake and visit
the Jardin Japones, the largest wine region.
When you think it’s a convenient, brilliant device and it truly works as advertised. From a foodie or wine and unlike the reds, Rioja whites rarely go for a bridal shower.