Single Flight Experience

Get Trained, Get Equipped, Get Fly

As a flyer, you attend a 15-minute training class where body control techniques and safety procedures are discussed. The next step is equipment preparation for your indoor skydiving flight. Flyers receive a suit, helmet, and other safety equipment. Following a short review of the basics, a group of five flyers then enters the wind tunnel with their instructor. Participants take turns flying during a 15-minute session. You have about three minutes of freefall time in our wind tunnel, an experience you do not want to miss!

Indoor Skydiving in Pigeon Forge

Flyers attend brief classroom training where we will teach basic body control and safety procedures. Then your instructor will help you with all the necessary flight gear. You will enter the wind tunnel with a group of up to five flyers. You will enter the wind tunnel with a group of up to five flyers where you will take turns flying with the assistance of your instructor. Each participant will receive three minutes of flight time.

Classes start every 30 minutes, on the hour and half hour. You can make reservations online or we accept walk in’s. The process will take about an hour from the start of class until you leave the tunnel to take your gear off. Generally, it is better to fly earlier in the day if possible. Flyers should be in good physical condition especially no prior neck, back or shoulder injuries. Minors (under 18) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at least 21 years old during the training class. Small children must weigh 40 pounds and be mature enough to follow the instructor’s directions. Please refer to the chart in the pull-down menu below for the maximum weight guidelines.

What Should I Wear?

Socks and soft-soled lace up shoes are a must. No sandals or open toed shoes are allowed. We do provide shoes if necessary. What you shouldn’t wear is more important. Before you fly, all pockets must be empty and all jewelry must be removed. Rings that are too tight to be removed are OK small stud earrings are OK.

Can I Watch?

YES! We have an observation deck. Anyone can come in and watch for FREE! We encourage you to spend some time watching a flight session. Watching others fly is a great way to pick up a few tips before you fly.

Can I Do Tricks?

Yes, with experience you can learn tricks. Flying is an athletic activity that takes time and practice to master. Learning new skills makes it fun and keeps you coming back for more. During your first flight your instructor will help you with basic stability and maybe some turns or altitude control.”

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  • MAXIMUM WEIGHT GUIDELINES
     
    Men Women
    Under 5’6″ 180 lbs Under 5’6″ 160 lbs
    5-6″ – 6’0″ 220 lbs  5-6″ – 6’0″ 180 lbs
    6′ and Taller 230 lbs  6′ and Taller 200 lbs
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  • Almost everyone can fly. All participants need to be in good physical condition with no previous back or shoulder problems. All minors (under 18) must be accompanied in class by a parent or guardian at least 21 years old. As a general rule height and weight must be in proportion. Small children must weigh at least 40 pounds and be mature enough to pay attention to the instructor and follow all instructions.

    Please Note: The weight limits help us provide a quality flight session. If a person is outside the weight guidelines, we will let you attempt to fly, but we cannot guarantee the quality of the flight session. We have different limits for men and women because differences in build and weight distribution make men and women fly differently.

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