Engineers from Boeing Break Guinness World Record with Paper Airplane Design

Engineers from Boeing Break Guinness World Record with Paper Airplane Design


On March 1st 3 engineers from Boeing broke a world record and accomplished a feat that had never been done before.

They set a new record for paper airplane flight, at 289 ft. 9 in.

The trio had been experimenting with various designs for four months before settling on their final design, which they felt would give them the best chance at breaking the record.

They took their final design to Crown Point, Indiana, where they put it to the test.


Boeing Company Facebook Video: Engineers Break Guinness World Record Paper Airplane

After two unsuccessful attempts, Ruble finally broke the world record on his third throw.

The excitement was palpable as they realized they had accomplished what they had set out to do.

They were thrilled to break the previous record of 252 ft. 7 in. set a few months earlier.

Their success put them in the history books, and they are grateful for the opportunity to break a record.

Now they are considering what other records they can aim for and look forward to the future.


It is no wonder why Boeing has remained a leader in aerospace engineering for so many years.

Boeing, the company for which Ruble and Jensen work, has a long history of engineering and innovation. With this recent accomplishment, they have shown that their employees are some of the best and brightest in their field.

Breaking a world record takes hard work and dedication. Congratulations to the engineers on their success.


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