OAE F137-1 Super Dart II
OAE F137-1 Super Dart II
OAE F137-1 Super Dart II


Multirole aircraft



First flight

July 2010

Developed from

Nakamura Lock

Developed into

OAE DCF137-1 Courier Dart

OAE EA45-1 Mohawk

The OAE F137-1 Super Dart II (also known as the StratoDart) is a fast, long range multirole paper airplane. The Super Dart II was developed from the Nakamura Lock paper airplane by OrigamiAirEnterprises as a more versatile replacement for the Lock, known to OrigamiAirEnterprises as the F12-1 Super Dart. The F137-1 proved so successful that it became a multirole platform as well as an interceptor. The Super Dart II became the basis for the OAE EF137-1 ElectroDart, which would itself inspire the later OAE EA45-1 Mohawk; and also the OAE DCF137-1 Courier Dart mothership paper airplane.


Construction details of the Super Dart II can be found here.


The F137-1 is a very versatile paper airplane that can serve in all sorts of roles. Proper construction and launch technique will give you flights over 40 feet easily. Additional surfaces applicable include ventral fins, slats, flaps, flaperons, elevators, ailerons, air brakes, a bomb bay and an electronic warfare tail (this feature brings the F137-1 to the EF137-1 standard).