iFLY Houston Memorial
Fridays: 10am to 11pm
Saturdays: 9am to 11pm
Sundays: 9am to 10pm
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Gear & Training
You will be provided with all the equipment you need. This includes a jumpsuit, helmet, goggles and earplugs.
- Group/Event Hosting
- Party Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Catering Available
- Educational Programs
Flyers must be at least 3 years old.
Participants must weigh less than 300 pounds.
Anyone between 260 and 300 pounds must bring this to the attention of an representative at this location as additional restrictions and instructor scheduling limitations may apply.
You should not fly if you are pregnant or have previous shoulder dislocations.
More Questions About Flying?
Please read our FAQs.
The entire first time flight experiences take roughly 1-2 hours. After arriving and checking in, you take part in a personalized training session before gearing up to fly. During your flights your instructor teaches you to fly your body. You take turns flying one at a time with other first time flyers.
First Time Flyers:
2 Minute Package: $79.95
4 Minute Package: $119.95
Flight Photos & Videos Available
High Flights Available
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For first time flights we recommend between 2 and 6 minutes of flight time per person. This gives you enough time to understand the basics of flying your body and is plenty of time for a great experience. For more pricing information, read our pricing article.
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Flight Chamber Style
Flight Chamber Diameter
Flight Chamber Height
48 ft (14.6 m)
Top Wind Speed
171 mph (275 km/h)
Travel & Accommodations
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (28 mi away)
Amenities Within Walking Distance (~5 Min)
Many Sit Down & Counter Serve Restaurants
Amenities Within Driving Distance (~10 Min)
Wide Variety of Restaurants, Stores, & Hotels
As of Jan 3rd, 2015 it was announced that iFLY Houston Memorial is open for business!
iFLY opened two wind tunnels in Houson, TX in 2015. This tunnel, Memorial was the first location followed by iFLY Houston - Woodlands.
This tunnel is a 14 foot recirculating model similar to the iFLY World tunnels currently operating in Dallas and Austin and in Chicago. This tunnel is located off the I-10, across from the Memorial Hermann Hospital at 9540 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77024
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Average rating of 5 from 7 review(s).
Review Date: January 5, 2016
Loved the experience, as well as the staff. Devon was really great instructor
Review Date: December 10, 2015
Great job Devon! We are coming back!! You made our group of beginners feel very comfortable. Loved your teaching style! Thank you!
Review Date: July 31, 2015
Took my 6 yr old she LOVED it and so did my husband and I. We did the high fly for a little more "thrill" lol it's worth it. If you're not an expert it's a little hard at first but the coaches really help you through the whole experience. One huge tip for those with long hair, BRAID IT!!! I decided to just tied it in a ponytail and bad idea!!!! My hair was knotted and tangled really bad, so it's a must!
Review Date: July 6, 2015
First timer, what an amazing time. You will be on cloud 9 all day. Ivan was our instructor and he was really good. He has six new flyers and he was able to instructor everyone of us to be even better second flight. I will be going back.
Review Date: February 15, 2015
This place was a lot of fun and the staff was great as well. My instructor was Jason and he was more than helpful and he knew how to make the experience more exciting. I will be going back to this place!
Review Date: February 1, 2015
Have to do this place, I'm terrified of heights and these guys are awesome. GREAT Experience!!!
Review Date: January 11, 2015
First time flyer. What fun. Weven went for his birthday and it was so much fun!
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