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25/05/2018

The most massive launch of paper airplanes will be carried out by students of the Kharkov Aviation Institute

The most massive launch of paper airplanes will be carried out by students of the Kharkov Aviation Institute

May 25, 2018 students of the Kharkov Aviation Institute will set a national record, dedicate the 88th anniversary of their native Alma Mater.

In establishing the record of the most massive simultaneous launch of paper airplanes, more than 1000 students from 7 faculties will take part, at the stadium they will create with their bodies the inscription: "I love KhAI".

Paper planes for many are associated with the school desk. And for students of KhAI - also with the future profession. After all, launching paper airplanes is a whole science that has been used in the world since 1930 for testing some new designs of real airplanes.

In Ukraine, the record of the most massive launch of paper airplanes is registered for the first time. Although in the world Guinness Book of Records it is quite a popular nomination. According to the rules of the Guinness Book of Records, for which the National Register of Records works, an A-4 sheet of paper must be used to create the airplane. It can not cut or glue, and also use foreign objects for fixation, for example, clips and the like.

The program also plans to fly the plane over the participants of the record Aero L-29 "Dolphin".

We invite journalists to register this spectacular record, which will be held on May 25, 2018 at 16:00 at the stadium "KhAI" at the address: Kharkov st. Chkalov 17.

Contacts: (044) 227-77-33, (067) 444-51-74.

Reference. The world record of flight range belongs to American Joe Ayub - his paper airplane flew 69 m 14 cm.

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