Plasma Y
Plasma Y | Glider Paper Airplane Design Statistics and Throwing Angles

Plasma Y is cousin to the popular paper airplane Plasma Z, and the yet to be released Plasma X. All three planes share a similar locking mechanism that holds the layers tightly together, giving the planes highly aerodynamic profiles. Plasma Y was the second to be developed and boasts a greatest wing area of the three. For this reason, Plasma Y flies slowly and gracefully while its counterparts dart across a room. Despite its slow glide, Plasma Y has a highly respectable range of 90 feet.