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Safe and Fun Indoor Skydiving for Everyone-iFly Dubai

Looking for an exciting and safe way to experience skydiving without the heights? iFly Dubai’s Indoor skydiving Experience is the answer! For those looking for a thrilling experience that won’t require leaping out of a plane, indoor skydiving presents an exciting and safe alternative. Discover how to break the laws of gravity with this entire guide to find out more about the world of indoor skydiving.

Adventure seekers must undoubtedly try indoor skydiving, which makes controlled human flight a reality. Never miss it, especially if you enjoy indoor skydiving in Dubai. Like bungee jumping, skydiving, and base jumping, indoor skydiving in Dubai is organised in a completely safe and thrilling manner. With an instructor guiding you through their sessions, different operators will lift you up to four metres in the air. For instance, the iFLY Dubai vertical wind tunnel has opened up many new possibilities for the business. iFLY is the first wind tunnel installed in a mall and the first double vertical wind tunnel in the world. With indoor skydiving, you can soar to new heights while staying cool, thanks to the air conditioning provided by many operators. A stunning 10-meter-high wind tunnel with an acrylic glass wall is available at iFLY. A controlled environment and proper airflow are guaranteed by qualified instructors to give you the best possible flying experience. TripFinder provides information on indoor skydiving in Dubai, where cutting-edge patented technology guarantees high safety and accommodates all flying levels, from amateurs to seasoned experts.

What is Indoor Sky Diving

Do you want to know what it’s like to fly? Have you ever wished you could enjoy skydiving’s thrills without taking the risks associated with doing so? Anyone can experience the thrill of flying through the air safely through indoor skydiving. Indoor skydiving or iFLY, is an artificial wind tunnel which creates an experience where people can safely and comfortably float in the air. It is a great way to simulate the feeling of traditional skydiving without the associated height risk. It is enjoyed by beginners as well as experienced skydivers who use it to perfect their skills and practice new tricks in a controlled environment.

  • You can decide whether it’s worthwhile to try indoor skydiving by considering the following important aspects:
  • Without having to jump from an aeroplane, indoor skydiving offers a thrilling simulation of freefall.
  • Participants can freely and easily control their movements in midair as if they were actually flying, thanks to a strong wind column.
  • Anyone seeking an adrenaline rush will love it because it’s safe, enjoyable, and exciting.

Highlights of the Indoor Skydiving 

Almost anyone can participate in the activity of indoor skydiving. Indoor skydiving is incredibly accessible to people from all walks of life, including young children, elderly grandmothers, and people with disabilities. We are now witnessing professional indoor skydiving competitions for those with disabilities as the sport develops.

    • Preflight: Before receiving your indoor skydiving gear during a first flight experience, a certified safety instructor will walk you through all the necessary classroom material. Wearing the appropriate equipment is crucial because it can have a significant impact on your experience. Typically, that consists of a jumpsuit for indoor skydiving, goggles, a helmet, and earplugs (for the noise). Your instructor will lead you to the wind tunnel once you’re prepared, where you’ll wait for instructions on how to enter the tunnel.

    • During the Flight: A propeller-driven vertical wind column is present inside the tunnel. As soon as you enter, your instructor gives you a secure one-on-one flying experience while guiding and instructing you on how to fly your body within the airflow. After you’ve taken a flight, your subsequent flights will be less guided as you start to understand the principles involved in safely flying your body. Higher learning levels are typically accomplished with a tunnel coach and organised learning events are held everywhere in tunnels. Most people can fly at any age. The minimum age we advise is 4 or 5, but each tunnel has its own policies. The only real restrictions on flying are weight restrictions and shoulder dislocations. Numerous physically disabled and handicapped flyers have successfully flown with the assistance of qualified instructors.

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Indoor Skydiving in Dubai


Know Your Limits and Abilities

Before you start skydiving, it’s important to assess your own limits and abilities. Different people have different levels of experience in skydiving and most activities involve some risk. It is essential to listen to the instructor before you start and always follow their directions. You should always fly within your comfort level and if something makes you feel uncomfortable, talk to the staff right away.


Follow Training Instructions From the Professionals.

Indoor skydiving is entirely safe when you follow the instructions given by experienced professionals. Before you take off, make sure to listen carefully to instructions on safety and proper form. Once you’re inside the tunnel, ask questions if you don’t understand something. The staff will help keep your body in the correct flying position so that you can enjoy a smooth ride in the tunnel.


Always Wear an Appropriate Helmet

While the tunnel is designed to fill with air and keep you safe, it’s important to remember that this is still skydiving. To make sure that you stay safe, always wear an appropriate helmet before stepping into the tunnel. This type of custom-fit headgear provides excellent protection from potential impacts, keeping your head and neck safe at all times. Wearing a helmet also helps reduce noise levels in the chamber so that you can enjoy your experience without fear of injury or lasting damage.


Practice Deep Breathing to Help Control Fear of Heights

Anxiety and fear of heights while skydiving can be managed with practice. Deep breathing is a great tool for calming your nerves and regaining control over any feelings of panic or which might arise when flying in the wind chamber. Taking slow, deep breaths before entering the chamber and in-between each turn will reduce fears and empower you to enjoy your skydiving experience more fully.


Prerequisites for indoor skydiving in Dubai:

    • Short of 180 cm and weighing less than 105 kg (232 pounds) (5’9″).

    • Height of 180 cm and a weight of less than 115 kg (254 pounds) (5′ 9″).

    • 3 years of age and older (younger flyers must be able to wear one of our helmets comfortably).

    • Are not pregnant.

    • Have you never had your shoulders dislocated before?

    • Are not under the influence of illicit drugs or alcohol.

    • Do not have a plaster cast on.

    • Obtain written authorisation from a parent or legal guardian if you are younger than 18.

    • A waiver form that you’ve signed.

What is contained in indoor skydiving in Dubai?

    • Training course.

    • Use of all flight equipment.

    • Two flights of one minute each.

    • Personalised help from your instructor in a one-on-one setting.

 Timings of indoor skydiving in Dubai:

    • Sunday-Wednesday: 12 a.m.–12 a.m.

    • Thursday through Saturday: 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

    • The session begins at 12 p.m. and runs every hour until it concludes.

    • Confirmation is subject to availability.

    • Before making a reservation, check the availability via live chat or WhatsApp.

What you should bring:

Always keep a current passport or ID on you.

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    How indoor skydiving differs from outdoor skydiving 

    The thrill-seeking sport of skydiving is where indoor skydiving gets its name, but there aren’t many similarities between the two. The vertical wind flow required for indoor skydiving is produced by a vertical wind tunnel. This mimics freefall conditions without having to jump from a great height. Compared to the typical freefall of a skydive, the wind tunnel environment is much more controlled, allowing a wider range of flyers to participate in the experience. Skydiving is an outdoor activity that is seasonal, and even in good weather, the wind, rain, or snow can prevent you from jumping. Skydiving indoors is incredible because, for the most part, the weather is not an issue. Closed-loop recirculating designs are the most common type of wind tunnel. This means that the wind tunnel is a comfortable place to fly, regardless of the outside weather. A typical 13,000-foot skydive lasts 45 to 60 seconds. In comparison to a traditional skydive, the typical first-time indoor skydiving flight lasts between 2 and 5 minutes. You have the opportunity to learn how to control your body safely thanks to easy access to much larger amounts of time.

    What does indoor skydiving cost? 

    Costs for a first-time indoor skydiving experience typically range from $40 to $100. If you can, we strongly advise purchasing flight packages that include multiple flights for one person or family. Although the costs of indoor skydiving may seem a bit high, as we explain in our article, “Do You Think Indoor Skydiving is Too Expensive?” Indoor skydiving is much less expensive than outdoor skydiving when the total flight time is taken into account.

    Indoor skydiving is actually a fantastic way for experienced outdoor skydivers to train for their Accelerated Freefall (AFF) course or for competitions.

    Indoor skydiving is more than just an exciting experience.

    While the majority of people think of skydiving as an exciting or “bucket list” activity, indoor skydiving offers much more! The ability to fly and to fly as much as one wants makes indoor skydiving a popular sport all over the world. The World Air Sports Federation (FAI) officially recognised indoor skydiving in 2014, and as a result, FAI competitions are now held all over the world.

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