In the Red Bull Paper Wings paper airplane competition, where the world's best pilots compete on paper, not in the cockpit, the skilful hands that built the best and fastest paper airplane are preparing to intensify air traffic in the world final in Austria. The 2022 World Final of Red Bull Paper Wings will be held in Salzburg from 12-14 May. Davut Basut from Turkey in the "longest distance" category, Melke Karagöl in the "longest hovering" category and Ömer Asmasarı in the "aerobatics" category from TikTok will participate in the exciting challenge.
The countdown has begun to the Red Bull Paper Wings 2022 World Final, a “paper airplane” competition that requires a little piloting enthusiasm, a little creativity and a lot of dexterity. The world final of Red Bull Paper Wings, which brought together the most talented paper airplane pilots in more than 60 countries with its format that attracted great attention around the world, and whose Turkey final was held at Eskişehir Technical University on April 1st, was held in Salzburg, Austria on May 12-14. It will be held at Hangar-7 in Istanbul.
Davut Basut, Melke Karagöl and Ömer Asmasarı will represent Turkey at the event, where the best paper airplane pilots from all over the world will compete. In the fight where Davut Basut, who was successful in the Turkey qualifiers, will display his skills in the "longest distance" category and Melke Karagöl in the "longest flight" category against all world competitors, Ömer Asmasarı has the right to participate directly in the finals, where participants from all over the world compete via TikTok. kazanIt will be included in the “aerobatics” category. “I am the best pilot in the world, but only on paper!” The finalists will share in great excitement at the Red Bull Paper Wings 2022 World Final at Hangar-7, which also hosts the Flying Bulls acrobatic flight team.