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Vegas Indoor Skydiving Questions & Answers

If you exceed the weight recommendations, can you still do it?

over a year ago Answer

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VegasIndoorSkydiving
Las Vegas
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If someone is over the guideline, we are unable to guarantee the quality of the flight. With that being said, we can fudge those guidelines a little bit, especially if the participant is taller. For example, the men's maximum guideline over 6' tall is 230 lb, however we could more than likely fly a man who is 6'4" and 260 lb.

You are more than welcome to call us and talk to a reservation specialist about the guidelines. We could help you a little better on the phone.

Thanks for the question!

over a year ago
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I am 5'11" and weigh 220 lbs. With the suit they gave me, I had no problem getting airborne. Just need to pay attention to the briefing hints and the instructor's directions.

over a year ago
Melville, New York
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I don't think so.

over a year ago
Mexico DF
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I did it and I exceed the weight, you can talk with the Manager and Master Trainer, he can give instructions to the guy that attend you in how to make it with overweight.

over a year ago Google Translation
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I believe they are very accommodating and will consider the body mass of each guest separately. The fan has the capability of handling many flyers at once for RW practice , so I can't see why a larger guest would be denied a flight. There were two gentleman exceeding the weight limit in my group and they flew fine, albeit the fan was cranked up pretty high.

over a year ago
Melville, New York
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I don't think so.

over a year ago
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
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I don't know, so I would suggest calling them first to save yourself time and money.

over a year ago
Salt Lake City, Utah
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My son is about 160 lbs and I think the more you weigh, the less lift you will get. He didn't fly as much as the lighter weight girls, who really lifted high.

over a year ago
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