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Students create Germany's biggest paper airplane in the world that flies 18 meters

Students at the University of Technology, Braunschweig , Germany, have developed what they call the greatest paper airplane in the world. It's likely that you've already done some paper airplane to play with your friends, but of course, these planes are simple, small and made with a small piece of a sheet of notebook paper.
The paper airplane you will see in the video below is a bit more elaborate, larger and with more detail than the one with which you are accustomed.
The aircraft was examined in Braunschweig airport after flight of approximately 18 meters during a test conducted on Saturday, 28. The distance traveled by the model already secured the record world.
Check out the video below and let us know in the comments what you think:

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