It's the all you need resources for beginners and experienced paper airplane fliers alike with a total of 20 models and 112 flyers, ready to pull out and fold. But the planes are just the beginning. The book features an improved and expanded text section with more photos and tons of cool information on aerodynamics, competitions, and designing your own high-performing models. Readers will learn why paper airplanes fly (and why they crash), the history of Ken Blackburn's world record, and how to organise and win a contest. Plus there's a flight log and pull-out runway for practicing accuracy.