Theory of Flight - The Hangar
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And now for a little relief -- the Hangar - for
the paper plane enthusiast who has everything (well almost). Visit
your nearest newsagent or art shop and get a huge sheet of light
cardboard (or tough paper). It will probably be supplied as a
rectangle. The Hangar will have to be big enough to hold several
planes. I suggest you use a normal size piece of paper to practice
the folds first.
Don't throw it! It's a hangar - remember? Seriously, a large hangar can stop dust and grit from damaging your paper aircraft, especially if you want to keep a special glider for a competition.
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