How much does indoor skydiving cost?

Let’s get this out of the way: Indoor skydiving prices can be affordable, often costing less than normal, actual-jumping-out-an-airplane skydiving. Depending on how much time you want to spend in the tunnel, you can expect to pay $40–$70 per person for an indoor skydiving simulator session.

Who owns iFLY Perth?

Indoor Skydive Australia Group
This location is being built by Indoor Skydive Australia Group, the same crew who was responsible for building iFLY Downunder – the first modern wind tunnel in Australia. As of December 17th, 2016 this location is officially open to the public.

How much does it cost to fly at iFLY?

Packages start at $59.95 for 1 person and 2 flights up to $272.40 for family packages for 5 people with video. over a year ago. Also, spend the extra few dollars for the high flight option with your instructor…

How much does an iFLY wind tunnel cost?

Most wind tunnels offer 2 or more basic flight times. For instance tunnel might offer 2 minutes for $60 and 4 minutes for $110. Generally speaking you will pay a bit less as you buy more tunnel time. You will see this reflected quite often in the pricing plans for first time flights.

Do they weigh you at iFLY?

They do NOT call out your weight – it gets displayed on their computer – so you do not have to worry about being embarrassed. over a year ago. They don’t weigh people in.

How long are flights at iFLY?

We replicate the skydiving experience and offer flights which are about 1½ times longer than a tandem jump. So each flight is about a minute, often a bit longer but never shorter than 50 seconds. A double flight is about 120 seconds long.

How long do iFLY sessions last?

The iFLY experience lasts approximately an hour and 45 minutes in total. This will cover your check-in time, the training session, your flight time, and time after your flight to remove gear and look at photos and video if interested.

How safe is iFLY?

Nationally, the company flew 1,262,725 customers last year and reported 287 injuries, an accident rate of 0.023 percent. “Safety is the number one priority at iFLY for every consumer who enters our facilities,” Schwartz wrote in an email.

Can you skydive if your fat?

The question we hear most often is, “Is there a weight limit to skydive?” To answer bluntly, yes there is. For AFF (Accelerated Free Fall), the weight limit is 225 lbs, no exceptions. For a tandem jump, we can typically accommodate up to 265 lbs.

Do you get weighed before indoor skydiving?

You will be asked for your weight and height at the time of booking and will be advised if you are too heavy to jump. On the day of the skydive, you will be weighed. If you are over the required safety limit, you risk loosing your deposit and forfeiting your skydive.

Why is indoor skydiving so expensive?

Why is it so damn expensive? A number of reasons – a percentage of the money coming in (that’s total money, not profit) goes to the people who hold all the patents for the tunnel, a percentage also goes to the land holders. The running costs are also pretty steep – think 4x 10ft turbines constantly running.

Has anyone died indoor skydiving?

A skydiving enthusiast died of a brain haemorrhage as he enjoyed the sport he ‘loved most’. Francis Sweeney, 23, from Kings Norton, Birmingham, blacked out in a wind tunnel at an indoor centre in Manchester. He blacked out at 5pm on Monday and died in hospital the following day.