A paper airplane competition was held at the SEKA Paper Museum, which is affiliated to Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality Department of Culture and Social Affairs. In the event held as part of the International Civil Aviation Day, the participants fought fiercely for valuable prizes. Anıl Ekim finished the competition with a total throw of 48.22 meters. kazanwas. Smart Interactive HD Camera Drone was given as a gift in October.
WORKS TO MAKE THE BEST PAPER AIRCRAFT
SEKA Paper Museum has added a new one to the events it organizes on special days. A different activity opportunity was offered to the participants with the event organized due to the International Civil Aviation Day, to which Kocaeli University Aviation Club also contributed. At the event held in the paper machine hall, the participants demonstrated their skills in making and flying paper airplanes. Competitors first tried to make the best airplane in the areas reserved for them in paper airplane construction areas. Competitors, who made their first trials with the paper airplanes they made in these areas, decided to try to race themselves. kazanHe worked hard for the aircraft model that would fly. Participants who were ready for the competition took their places on the competition track and tried to make their best shots.
The contestant named Anıl Ekim with a total throw of 100 meters at the end of the 2 rounds of the competition, in which a total of 48.22 competitors participated. kazanwas. Mehmet Ali Okuş came second with a total shooting distance of 47.22 meters, while Medeni Yalçın finished third with 45.07 meters. While the winner of the competition was the Smart Interactive HD Camera Drone, the second was the remote-controlled helicopter and the third was the Solotürk Model Set Aircraft. Other competitors who completed the competition in the top 10 were also awarded with different prizes. In addition to the competitors, other family members who came to support them also participated in the event intensely.
PAPER AIRCRAFT RECYCLING
During the competition, the SEKA Paper Museum collected all the paper used in paper airplane making in the Handmade Paper Workshop for reuse by recycling method. In this way, awareness of the participants about recycling kazanhas been raised.