Take off at iFLY Seattle and learn the secrets to flight.
Novelist Douglas Adams says there is a flair to flying. “The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss,” he wrote in his perennial classic, “The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.”
Students of Tukwila’s iFLY Seattle, the Pacific Northwest’s first indoor skydiving facility, understand exactly what Adams meant. The 14-foot wide wind tunnel that sits at the crux of iFLY enables flyers to stay afloat and completely avoid hitting the ground. The vertical column of air generated within the tunnel creates an authentic, indoor skydiving experience, available in our area for the first time.
iFly caters to students of all physical sizes and statures, and accommodates everything from corporate circles to private parties, solo flyers and families to professional skydivers and drilling military personnel.
Once students attend a brief classroom/video training conducted by the flight instructor, they are suited up and sent into the tunnel to tackle the obstacle of gravity. Fliers are guided into “terminal velocity” by rotating 360 degrees and flying in multiple positions — all with minimal assistance from the instructors.
Take off at iFLY Seattle and learn the secrets to flight. Be sure to check out the Pre-Flight Checklist to make sure this unique experience is right for you.
iFly Seattle | 349 Tukwila Parkway, Tukwila | (206) 244-iFLY (4359)