Designed to help professionals and amateurs hone their indoor skydiving skills, our facility is the ideal location to spend an adrenaline-filled day out.
If you’ve ever wanted to feel the rush of freefall without having to jump from a plane, then you’ll love our exhilarating wind tunnel experience.
Unrivalled in power and size, the system we use draws air up through a central flight chamber via a large propeller at the top. The air is then circulated back round the chamber via its hollow surrounding walls.
Our skydiving simulator has given many people the chance to enjoy an activity they might otherwise be too fearful to try. Rather than having to worry about dizzying heights, you can enjoy flying much closer to the ground.
Our world-renowned tunnel instructors are always on hand to provide you with the assurance you need to focus on getting the maximum possible enjoyment from your time with us.
Having undergone an extensive conversion in 2005, our indoor skydiving tunnel regularly plays host to competitive skydivers and professional instructors. Naturally, it’s the ideal place for them to refine their techniques and stay sharp.
Our Bodyflight wind tunnel has featured on TV and many celebrities have visited over the past decade – including James Bond!
For the blockbuster hit Quantum of Solace, both Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko underwent hours of training ahead of the filming required for the dramatic skydiving scene and the footage was taken from clips recorded right here.
More recently, the BBC’s Blue Peter presenters Linzi and Radzi stopped by to test their skills in a team skydiving challenge.
You are ready experience indoor skydiving if:
- You have always dreamt of flying and are ready to have fun!
- You are active, or participate in sports, from time to time, and feel physically fit.
- You are not under medical supervision at present.
- You are not under the influence of alcohol/drugs.
- You are not pregnant
You are unable to take part if you have:
- Dislocated shoulder injuries
- Freshly-stitched wounds
You should seek medical advice if you have:
- Back, Neck or disc problems
- Osteoporosis or similar bone illnesses
- Heart problems
- If you weigh over 105kg (16.5 stone) then you may have a slightly different experience to other flyers.
If you are concerned about any of the above statements, or need to let a member of staff know something, it is important that you do this before booking.
Visit our contact us page to get in touch.