The thrill of opening a new tunnel

I’ve always found the whole new tunnel journey to be an exciting one, but the last few days before opening are particularly exhilarating. In just 5 days we go from an active construction site, to open for business.

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Want to join our Club?

How do you bridge the gap between those who have decided indoor skydiving is ‘their thing’, but who are not going to become what we call Pro Flyers i.e. skydivers who buy tunnel time on account to help them perfect their flying skills?

The answer for the team in the UK, has been to develop Flight Club; a membership programme that was borne out of looking at how other leisure business have evolved and then talking to potential members about how such a scheme should be developed to suit their needs.

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Record Breaker!

102 year old Eva Lewis proves that age should never be a barrier

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Welcome to the stage: Virtual Skydive

According to Mark Bridge, writing in the Times recently, virtual reality headsets could become the opera glasses of the 21st century, allowing concert goers at the back of the auditorium, with the help of a VR (virtual reality) headset, to take a front row seat, or even jump on stage with the band! If our recent experience is anything to go by, we think he could be on to something.

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Science field trips and writing stories: a modern combination

In a recent article, Mike Hollinshead highlighted that the key to getting young people interested in pursuing a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) is to help them learn through experience. In the United States, the iFLY champion doing exactly this, is Christina Soontorvant.

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