Indoor Skydiving is made possible in a vertical wind tunnel with four (400) horsepower fans at the top, that draws the air up into the flight chamber. The wind tunnel simulates free fall at speeds up to 150 miles per hour. The air speed is controllable providing you with just the right amount of airflow for your flight enjoyment.
Tandem skydiving is a very popular training method for first time skydivers, but it is more expensive than a static line skydive. It exposes first-time jumpers to skydiving with minimal expectations from the student. The training may consist of many of the activities performed by any skydiving student, for example, how to exit the aircraft, how to do maneuvers in free-fall, and how to deploy the main canopy themselves. However, the tandem master remains primarily responsible for a safe and timely parachute deployment.