Registration open for Great Paper Airplane Fly-Off - Tucson News Now

Registration open for Great Paper Airplane Fly-Off

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Happening in February, the 3rd annual Great Paper Airplane Fly-Off. There are still openings for contestants.

The fly off happens on February 8, but there are still spots open for contestants.  Anyone age 6 to 14 years old is eligible; registration closes on February 4 or when the contest reaches 350 participants. 

Pima Air and Space Museum will be the site for the contest, where the longest flight wins. 

Those interested in participating go online to www.greatpaperairplane.org for more information and to sign up.

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