I'm interested in doing this next month. For the block rate for a group of people, it says 30 minutes of shared flying time with your group. There will be 7 of us. Does this mean we can all do it at the same time for 30 whole minutes, or will we each need to take turns, thus shortening each of our flying times? Thanks
I agree with the previous answer. I suspect that unless you're proficient at indoor skydiving you wouldn't be able to all fly together. It's great fun even when watching the others doing it. There were just two of us on our flight and watching my partner flying was no hardship. It's quite strenuous and the time not flying is valuable to get you ready for the next time up. Enjoy it and listen to the instructions, they'll make your time more enjoyable.
You can all go into the area together and the total time it takes for everyone to get their turn takes about 30mins. From what I remember you are only in the air for a few minutes, and I think you do this twice. Your total airtime is fairly short.
You'll be in the flying room together, but only one person at a time can fly. I don't think you'll actually want to be in the air for 30 straight minutes anyway, so no worries.
You will all need to take turns for the 30 minutes. You will be altogether in the flying booth and watching each other but it will be individually. The flight time is actually only a few minutes. But it is worth the experience. It is a blast. Listen to the instructions before as it isn't as easy as it looks.
In agreement with the others, you will all be in at the same time. And share that time. If you did not go in as a group, you would still be grouped with others and share time. If you still want more after, look into their same day specials. When we were there if you wanted to go again in the same day, you received a discount. Enjoy, my husband says he'd do it again, but after his first time, he did not want to do more the same day, he wanted to see how he would feel.
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