Residents in Massachusetts are hoping to break the world record for largest paper airplane. Today The Revolving Museum of Fitchburg will be revealing a nearly one ton paper plane at the Fitchburg Municipal Airport. Volunteers have spent more than 3 years planning and building the plane. The plane is 64-feet long and organizers say they do not plan on flying it. An independent monitor from Guinness World Record organization will be there to measure and document the attempt. The project is meant to shine light on Fitchburg's history as a major paper producer. Currently the Braunschweig Institute of Technology in Braunschweig, Gemany holds the record for largest paper airplane, set in 2013.
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