Ever wonder what it would be like to build the world's largest paper airplane and then take it for a flight? A group in Arizona just made their dream a reality and it was all caught on a GoPro camera.
In a video posted to YouTube by GoPro, Arturo's Desert Eagle, a paper airplane measuring 45 feet long and 26 feet wide, is lifted up into the sky over Arizona and then released to soar over the desert.
The GoPro camera attached to plane offers a unique view of the flight as it glides back down to the ground and begins to disintegrate as it speeds up.
Watch the video below: