How it Works

Powerful fans mounted above the flight chamber generate the 150 mph wind that lifts flyers into the air. The wind is channeled and directed down the sides of the tunnel, underneath the flight chamber, and then up through the floor of the flight chamber, lifting flyers into the air. The air then travels through the top of the flight chamber, and the cycle begins again.

A technician at the control panel, in communication with the instructor inside the flight chamber, ensures that the wind speed is optimal for each individual customer.