After the Romania made the world’s longest tail in a wedding dress now the United States of America got the world’s biggest paper airplane to fly.
The Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona organized to build and fly the world’s biggest airplane for this year. The paper airplane is 45 feet long and 24 feet wide and named as “Arturo’s Desert Eagle” after named to the 12 year old Arturo Valdenegro. Valdenegro won the local contest by flying his own paper airplane and even took part for the designing this world biggest paper airplane.
A Sikorsky helicopter towed the giant paper airplane to an altitude of 4,000 feet after which it was released to fly on its own. According to the Pima Air and Space Museum, the world’s biggest paper airplane flew for six seconds before plummeting to the ground.