The Road To Hangar-7

Spotting paper planes flying over university campuses in Jordan has become a familiar sight, after 5 “Qualiflyers” and lots of folding, gluing and flight-testing, we can officially say that the kingdom has caught the Paper Wings craze!

The energy and talent of the students was contagious as they folded their winning paper planes and were very excited to show off their paper folding skills in front of their class mates, breaking records in order to qualify for the National Finals which took place at the ground floor of a crowded City Mall amongst hundreds of spectators who gathered to find out why paper planes were flying all over the place.

Out of the 5 universities, 3 students – Zaid Abu Ali, Abdullah Amjad and Saif Hwayan, qualified to fly their paper planes all the way to Salzburg’s Hangar-7 airport and represent Jordan in the World Final of Red Bull Paper Wings on May 9th.

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Longest Airtime
1
祺彦 何 (CHN)
14.53 SEC
2
Karol Gut (POL)
14.22 SEC
3
이정욱 서강대학교 (KOR)
14.19 SEC
Longest Distance
1
Giovanni Mamea (NZL)
59.00 M
2
Addison Asuchak (CAN)
57.70 M
3
Joshua Steward (NZL)
53.00 M
Aerobatics
1
Dragomir Roussev (BUL)
30.00 PT
2
Mauricio Gonzalez (MEX)
30.00 PT
3
Dennis George (IRL)
30.00 PT
Longest Airtime
1
Abdullah Amjad (JOR)
9.00 SEC
Longest Distance
1
Zaid Abu Ali (JOR)
29.50 M
Aerobatics
1
Saif Huwayyan (JOR)
24.00 PT