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Baltimore Indoor Skydiving Experience

From USD 71.95
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  • Baltimore Indoor Skydiving is ideal for beginners—no experience is required
  • A safe and fun experience—go skydiving without jumping out of a plane
  • Two free-fall flights are included per person
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Baltimore Indoor Skydiving Experience
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Overview
Experience the buzz of skydiving by taking part in a Baltimore Indoor Skydiving experience. You won’t have to worry if you’re a first-time skydiver, as an experienced flight instructor will go through specialized training with you. Take the stress out of jumping out of a plane, by going in a vertical wind tunnel instead. You’ll take part in a small-group training session, then enjoy two exhilarating sessions of free-fall flights in the wind tunnel.
What to Expect
Arrive at iFLY Baltimore and get started by putting on your gear and going through a specialized training session from an expert flight instructor.

You’ll learn how to safely float in an 800-horsepower vertical wind tunnel that generates a wall-to-wall cushion of air - commonly used by professional skydivers - without having to jump from a plane. Just about anyone can fly, and no experience is necessary.

Once you're inside the enclosed space of the flight chamber, a tunnel operator slowly increases the wind speed until you and your instructor are airborne. Feel the adrenaline rush as you float at wind speeds reaching 130 to 175 mph (209 to 282 kph). The stable wall-to-wall airflow keeps you from falling off the column of air, and your instructor is on hand at all times to guide you.

The entire indoor skydiving experience takes about 75 minutes from start to finish. Each session includes up to six people, but you fly one-on-one with your instructor for 60 seconds in the wind tunnel twice.
Reviews (49)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Why jump out of a perfectly good plane

I thought the was a unique experience. The instructors were excellent . Be sure to buy extra flight time or you may not be satisfied

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Deron S
Reviewed 2 days ago
Awesome Time

Instructor Wes was helpful and kept everything fun and energy levels high. Wish each flight was a bit longer, but overall an awesome time!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank bhaed1995
Reviewed 3 days ago
Not as smooth as it looks

This was my wife's idea. The people at IFlY were great. Very personable and professional. The preparation was thorough. The actual experience was not a lot of fun. It was actually a bit painful. We did the two flights with the second one being the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Denny319
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great First Time Flying

We had a great time visiting iFly just outside of Baltimore. Patrick our instructor was really great! He was very energetic and gave very good instructions. Our son has ADHD so its hard for him to focus sometimes. Patrick was very patient with him and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank tacw13
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice experience, helpful trainer, Just wish it can be a little longer each flight!

Nice experience, helpful trainer, Just wish it can be a little longer each flight! Kids love ifly!!!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank wenqians2018
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3 December 2018|
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Response from kaeleighgreen | Reviewed this property |
Nope! They ask you to keep your head up and will talk you through everything so when you're inside the tunnel you know how to react to their hand signals. They will ask if you had any former injuries though, if that's... More
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Carlene H
16 September 2018|
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Response from mmvsandz | Reviewed this property |
My nephew is 1 yr so he can't go until he's 3. I'm 72. It's more about neck and arm fitness than age. 300 lbs for weight.
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