Vegas Indoor Skydiving
Vegas Indoor Skydiving is one of the original vertical wind tunnels. Previously named Flyaway Indoor Skydiving, this location has been open since 1982 and still runs strong. The tunnel is powered by a 1,000-hp electric motor attached to the propeller from a DC-3 aircraft.
The tunnel is located just off the strip in the heart of Las Vegas.
Gear & Training
You will be provided with all the equipment you need. This includes a jumpsuit, helmet, goggles and earplugs. Check out our Gear Guide if you're interested in taking your own equipment with you.
- Group/Event Hosting
- Party Rooms
No Age Restriction
Must be at least 40 lbs
Men: Under 5'6" - 190 LBS 5'6"- 5'11" - 230 LBS Over 6' - 245 LBS
Women: Under 5'6" - 170 LBS 5'6"- 5'11" - 190 LBS Over 6' - 210 LBS
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.
Learn to Fly- $85 / person
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.
Instructor Rating System
Flight Chamber Style
Padding No Walls
Flight Chamber Diameter
Flight Chamber Height
22 ft (6.7 m)
Top Wind Speed
Travel & Accommodation
McCarran International Airport (LAS)
Hotel Options Nearby
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Average rating of 3.8 from 6 review(s).
Review Date: December 3, 2020
The instructor was great and was able to give me a few tips on my back flying. The price was right. They gave me a discount since I'm an experienced flyer. I'll definitely be coming back here when I get a chance.
Nickname: Air Time
Review Date: September 27, 2020
Terrible for experienced skydivers and Wind tunnel rats! Forced to take a $75. Class, Then handed a enormous jump suit 4 times as large as suits in the 1980's. Instructor would not get out of the air flow or let go of the Suit. The jump suit was so ridiculously large with mesh vented leg openings, that it was obvious they were going to play some sort of instructor antics on me.
Might be good for first time flyers but I recommend going to another facility, you will get a better all around experience as a beginner and certainly as an experienced jumper!
Review Date: October 23, 2019
We decided to spend a few hours and try it. It was amazing and worth the time. Great to go with a group of friends.
Review Date: September 25, 2019
This was by far one of the best things we did in Vegas. I wasn't sure if the kids would like it, but the coach made them feel comfortable. It was a lot harder than I expected it to be, also a bit sore after flying the 20 minute session. Well worth the money to see the excitement on my little ones. We will be back!
Nickname: James Martin
Review Date: September 18, 2019
We stayed in Vegas for 4 days, and we could not get enough of the indoor sky diving. The first time you do it, you won’t be as skilled but the better you get the more thrilling it is! Only took about 2-3 10 minutes sessions to catch on. The employees were super nice and cool. The highlight of our Vegas trip, we will be back when we’re in Vegas again.
Nickname: NAB - GV Joe
Review Date: March 30, 2017
Took the time to properly train for safety. Since this is one of the OLDEST vertical wind tunnels, it is lprobably one of the LARGEST.
This is NOT a small glass tube, observers watch through small windows on a spiral rise around the tube.
One person varies the wind speed based on the experience and type of wind-suit the customer is wearing.
It is very noisy, hand signals are learned and used by everyone
They keep a close watch over everyone, but IT WAS A LOT OF GREAT FUN. One of the silliest recollections for me, though was the uncontrolled laughing at times when I realized I was "drooling upwards"!!!
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