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Even in the early stages of your progression as a tunnel flyer, having the right gear is important. In this article we are going head to toe (literally) and discussing all the gear you'd possibly need as an indoor skydiver.

Two Freeflyers in Formation

Marino Kalligas from Madrid Fly shares his whitepaper on important safety aspects of vertical wind tunnels that both flyers and operators should consider.

Instructor working with a first time flyer in a wind tunnel

Learn how tunnels, safety organizations, and the trained instructors they employ keep indoor skydiving a safe activity for participants of all ages.

4 Way Dynamic Competition in FlyStation

Indoor skydiving competitions are happening all over the world. Learn the basics about competition disciplines and what it takes to participate.

We cover the differences between skydiving and indoor skydiving. Uncover the similarities & differences between the two.

There are many routes you can take to keep flying after you experience indoor skydiving for the first time. Let us lead you in the right direction!

Indoor skydiving is the perfect activity for a corporate or group team building activity. We cover everything you need to know!

Indoor skydiving is the perfect way to celebrate a birthday with a fun and safe group activity.

Indoor Skydiving FAQs

Check out our list of frequently asked questions designed to help answer common indoor skydiving questions.

Who Can Go Indoor Skydiving

Almost anyone can fly in a wind tunnel. This article covers the few limitations there are for participation in indoor skydiving.

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