First you need paper, I am using paper with designs on it, but normal letter size printer paper works great too! Also try to CREASE WELL, and try to make your folds AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE!
Then fold along the dotted lines, Unfold, then fold on the lines again, and unfold.
Fold along the dotted lines, do it again, and make sure it looks like the picture.
First fold so it looks like the top left picture, then unfold and do the other side like the pictures.
Phew! You did it! Now flip the whole thing over and fold in half.
To make the wings, start the crease at the nose of the plane and angle up as you go back like in the picture, then flip the whole thing over and fond the other wing, lining it up with the other wing.
Now at the end of the plane, we are going to make the winglets. Fold the winglets like the pictures, But really make sure that the crease is parallel with the fuselage.
Now at the nose of the plane, we are going to make the other winglets. Fold the winglets like the pictures But really make sure that the crease is parallel with the fuselage.
Open it up and you are done! Congratulations! You may need to adjust it or add up elevator (fold up the tail of the wings a little bit by the fuselage) and it should be flying great!
Thank you for looking at my tutorial for the NightHawk, and also check out my other paper airplane tutorial, "How to make an awesome paper airplane!".
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Eureka Springs, Arkansas