Enter the Junior Pilot Challenge
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 How does your paper aircraft compare to those built by boys and girls across the United States? Enter the Junior Pilot Challenge and then check back in 24 hours to compare your scores with others.


The rules:

  • Use the information provided in this website to design and build your own paper airplane.

  • All paper airplanes must be made from a sheet of paper
    81/2" x 11"

  • Test pilot your airplane and measure the distance in feet that it flew from where you launched it to where it touched down.

  • Complete the form below.
    Be sure to include your name, age and the distance your plane flew.




    How did your plane do?

    Fill out the form to enter the Junior Pilot challenge.

    Just complete this form. Click on Send when done.

    Your first name:

    Email address:

    How old are you?

    8-12 years old
    13-16 years old

    What town or city are you from?

    What state are you from?

    How far did you plane fly (in feet)?

    What does your plane look like? Did you fly indoors or outdoors? What were the weather conditions if you flew outdoors?










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