Here are some
comments from people who have visited this website or purchased my
Paper Airplane Calendar.
Please send me any comments and suggestions you may have by e-mail.
My E-mail address is: khlnm(at)comcast.net
Webmaster/Designer: Kyong Hwa Lee Albuquerque, New Mexico,
My 4 year old son is obsessed with paper airplanes and loves your site and designs. And being an aircraft structural repair craftsman for the U.S. Air Force, I am enjoying making designs on aircraft I hold a high respect for. Thank you for what you have made available to us, and I will be looking forward to purchasing one of the plane a day calendars. V/r
Joshua Faughnan (May 15, 2013)
Wow Mr Lee!
I love your site!! I teach at public school in South Africa and make airplanes for my learners as rewards:) they love them..escpecially the boys of course. I grew up making paper airplans with my brothers, but nothing like this! I wish I had found this site years ago.
Thank you so much
Miss Daniels (Aug. 2, 2012 )
Hi Mr. Lee:
I came across your website by accident as I was looking for instructions how to fold paper planes. My oldest son, Yong-Uk, will be graduating from high school and he applied to the USAFA(US Airforce Academy), West Point and Coast Guard. He was accepted by all three. Just last month, he decided to chose USAFA and will go for basic training come June 22 to Colorada Springs. We are throwing a get-together celebration for him to give him a memorable send-off and a friend of mine came up with the idea of giving the guests paper planes as a party flavor. It would be right for the occasion. I know it's copyrighted but hope you don't mind that I'm thinking of making them and giving one to each of my guest. .............
I look forward to hearing from you.
Lai-Foong (May 2, 2011)
(Second E-Mail) ....... I've made 140 F-16 falcon paper planes (20 every night) and will clip each one to the a clip stand. That's how many guests I'm expecting. The Nighthawk paper plane will be the center piece. I'm putting it in a big glass bowl (upside down) with flowers. I will send you pictures once I'm done with them.
I am just amazed at the ease of construction of your paper airplanes and the great use of Graphics to enhance the planes. I fly for 2 non-profit organizations, Pilots for Christ and Servant Air Ministries, Inc. providing mission and Angel Medical Flight transportation. We exhibit at many air shows to raise funds to support our flights. I often sit at the table and fold up paper airplanes for the kids as an attraction to draw in the parents. I would like to use your designs and print similar graphics (like the American Lung Association did) with our logos on them in place of some of your design features you use. I typically just give the planes away to the kids or, occasionally, will charge a quarter or 50 cents each (covering costs of printing, paper, etc.) when in specific fund raising events. May I have permission to use your designs and the graphics found on your web page for this purpose?
Thanks for the opportunity to learn from you and share your folding (Origami) expertise.
Pilots for Christ International(Feb. 25,2011)
Thank You - Excellent Stuff,
I love folding aeroplanes – especially for my grandson - and thank you
so much for sharing your designs like this. Much appreciated,
Stefaans du Plessis
South Africa 2/3/2011
Your paper airplane designs are great – and much fun. I am a visiting
professor at a business school in the UK. I would like to use a couple
of your designs when I get students / clients to do tasks when we look
at group dynamics. (The teams make the planes, but the real purpose is
to help the groups understand the dynamics of working together under
pressure). Would you be happy for me to do that if I put your copyright
and details of your website on the bottom? Thank you in anticipation
David .....From UK 11/12/2010 ___________________________________________________________________________________
I am Sam
from India and I happened to visit your website. Its excellent and
enhanced my knowledge about paper planes. I have now developed a hobby
of making paper planes and you are the inspiration. Good luck . Keep up
the good work.
Sam From India 2/20/2009
Merci et bravo
I'm Chris from Belgium. I was
playing some harmo this afternoon and I visited your Youtube page.
Congratulations for your playing. Then, on this stormy saturday
afternoon, I visited your site about paper airplanes. We spent our
afternoon folding paper with my 7 years old Céline. I guess this
was part of the moments she will remenber as an adult later, just
thinking "My dad used to play with me when I was a child". I treasure
these moments. I just wanted to thank you so much for this, Mr Lee. God
bless you and your family. Best regards from Belgium, Europe.
Sorry for my english, I am french native speaker.
I wanted to write and extend my
personal thanks for your assistance with preparing a version of your
Delta Fighter paper airplane for the American Lung Association’s 2009
Annual Report. I folded up a printed copy and not only does it fly
beautifully but everyone here thinks is really great to have a
personalized plane. We’re sure our donors will enjoy it, too.
Once the report is printed, probably by the end of February, I’ll send
some sample copies to you for your files. Best regards,
Jean D Haldorsen
American Lung Association , NY National Headquarters
discovered your Amazing Paper Airplanes website and was truly amazed at the great
instructions and illustrations. I am teaching a Preceptor
Workshop for Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, OH.
Preceptors are people who know their area of expertise very well
and are called upon to orient new employees to their respective
departments (nursing, respiratory therapy, radiology, etc.).
Teaching is something that they are not formally trained to do, so I
teach the Preceptor Workshop to help give them some ideas about
teaching. I would like to use some of your airplane folding
instructions and patterned sheets for an activity in which the
preceptors have to teach a group of people a skill (in this case, how
to make a paper airplane). I noticed that your work is
copyrighted, so I was wondering if you would give me permission to use
your folding instructions and patterned sheets during my class.
Please let me know. If you have any questions, my number is below
or you can e-mail me. Thank you for your consideration.
Smith, MSN, RN
Learning and Development
Carmel Health System ____________ Columbus, OH _______6/8/2009
Hi Mr. Lee,
First of all, thank you for your terrific site ... we've had lots of
fun with it and really enjoy both making the planes, looking through
the gallery, and reading the background. I don't know if anyone
else has had a problem, but we've tried to download the pattern for the
Falcon Paper Plane several times but it will not open regardless of how
we try to save or open it. It keeps telling us the file is
corrupted. If you can take a look at what you've uploaded to see
if there is a glitch, that would be great as we'd really like to try
that design (and look forward to you uploading more patterns).
Thank you, again. C.J. Palmisano _C.J.
I’m putting together a gallery of paper airplanes for Popular
Mechanics’ website. I’d like to use your site’s downloadable F-16
diagram to give my readers a little DIY project they can print off and
fly. Given your permission, I would credit amazingpaperairplanes.com as
the source, and link to your site.
What do you think? Is that the best diagram to borrow, or is there one
with more universal appeal?
Thanks in advance,
Popular Mechanics New York,
I discovered your website today and was greatly impressed
with your airplane designs and tried out several of the designs off of
the website with great results. I am an engineering student
at the University of Texas at Austin and am a member of the Student
Engineering Council and have been tasked with creating a daily planner
that we distribute for free to all incoming freshmen. The planner
includes information about the College, Calendar dates, and puzzles,
jokes, and other odds and ends to occupy students when they're
bored. I was wondering if I could include the designs from your
website (particularly the Delta Fighter, the F-15 Eagle, the Nighthawk)
in the planner. I would, of course, credit you, include their
copyright information and provide a link to your website.
>Thank you for your time, Andrew Hanson,
University of Texas at Austin_____________
Austin, TX 6/9/2008
Thank you so much for putting
your instructions of how to make paper airplanes on the net. I
wanted to make a lot of F-117A's for my son's birthday. His
father worked in the Skunk Works. We lost him in 2004 and my son
has since become more interested in his father's life.
The more planes I made, the
better I got. I preprinted the "F-117A" markings on the 81/2 X 11
sheets which added a little pizzazz.
Thanks again, Rosemary
Meeker Los Angeles,
Note: "Skunk Works" is Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development
Programs. This secret project was responsible for a number of
famous aircraft designs such as U2 and F-117.
Dear Mr. Lee,
I'm working for the online issue of a newsmag called "Der Spiegel". As
we are planning a report about paper aeroplanes, I would like to ask if
it would be possible to use some of the construction manuals you put on
your website. It's understood, that in return we would link to your
site and tell our readers that they can find more about paper
aeroplanes there. As we are one of the most-clicked German websites at
all, this could help to make your website even more popular than it is
today. If you want to take a look on our website, you will find it
. And if there are questions, just write me a mail or give me a call.
Thank you for
having such a great site Mr. Lee! It is amusing to me the
hobbies we pick up over the years that are a direct result of being a
father (or grandfather in your case)...I would have thought it absurd
10 years ago when I was not a father that I would devote any time to
folding paper airplanes! I found your page through a Google
search for Thay Yang, as I was going through his book "Equisite
Interceptors" and was having some trouble with his designs and wanted
to find other resources. I downloaded your patterns for the F-16,
F-15 and Space shuttle and my sons (age 5&7) and I folded
them on this Thanksgiving Day and had fun flying them outside.
The F-16 got great lift and seemed to glide down forever--quite
incredible actually...the only problem was with repeated flight
out there on the wet ground they rapidly died out as they picked up
I am ordering your 2008 calander book for my kids for Xmas! Please post
more downloadable print patterns for the other designs!
Ed November 22, 2007
I love your paper planes. I found your paper plane site one night when
I was searching your calendar after my friend brought his to my house.
Your 2007 page-a-day calendar was excellent. And the 2008 one was even
better. But my favorite plane is the F-22 in the gallery. I just made
one, and it flies great! But I had trouble understanding the
instructions because I didn't have a pattern. It would be great if you
could put a pattern for the F-22. Your F-15s and F-16s fly great to,
And I made on out of ten pieces of paper taped together. But the paper
was to flimsy. Then I made one out of the foam those dollar store plane
are made of. It flew 63.52 feet in 12 seconds. I also suggest an F-14
with movable wings. I hope you post a F-22 pattern and design an F-14.
Matt From Canada
The paper airplane
this photo is Hee-Kyoung's #1 Treasure. She loves your Fold-A-Day
Calendar very much.
Hee-Kyoung is my sister's
grand-daughther in Korea. -Lee