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Indoor Skydiving in Fort Worth (North), TX

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Experience the rush of free fall, with no harness, no chute, and no plane.

If you’ve ever wanted to experience the thrill of skydiving, but don’t want to jump out of an airplane or helicopter, indoor skydiving is a great alternative. It’s safe, fun and easy! Here’s what indoor skydiving is all about and how it works so you can decide if it’s right for you and your family.

No Skydiving Experience Necessary

You don’t have to be a world-class skydiver or thrill-seeker to experience indoor skydiving. It’s a safe, fun activity for all ages, and you don’t need any previous experience to enjoy it. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or just want to spend time with friends and family in a new way, indoor skydiving is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.

Wind Tunnel Skydiving: Just Like a Real Skydive…Indoors

Indoor skydiving at Urban Air allows you to experience true free fall conditions, just like a real skydive, without the dangers of jumping out of an airplane because you are indoors in a wind tunnel. You’ll be able to feel the thrill of skydiving without the fear of heights or wind resistance.

Indoor Skydiving for Kids

Indoor skydiving is safe for kids of all ages.

You can teach your children to indoor skydive at any age, and they will quickly learn the basics. Indoor skydiving is a great way to help your child overcome their fears of heights and other phobias as well as learn about physics and aerodynamics in an exciting way!

Indoor Skydiving for Kids!

You can take your children on an adventure with wind tunnel skydiving! It’s important to remember that you don’t need any experience with flying or jumping out of planes before you try it out yourself, so don’t worry if they aren’t quite ready yet either!

Indoor Skydivers Get All the Thrills Without the Risk

While you can experience freefall speeds of up to 120 miles per hour, indoor skydivers reach speeds that are often faster than outdoor skydivers. In fact, the indoor world record for skydiving speed is a whopping 193 miles per hour! The competition was held at the Indoor Skydiving center in Chicago, Illinois by professional skydiver Lucas Coffey and his partner Chris DeAira. They were able to achieve this feat thanks to their customized individual flight suits—each suit was designed as an exact replica of their bodies so that they could maximize drag during flight.

No Fear of Falling

One of the biggest differences between indoor wind tunnel skydiving and outdoor skydiving is that you won’t feel like you’re falling, since there’s no wind resistance. You’ll actually feel as though you’re floating!

Indoor skydiving is also a safe and controlled environment. In a vertical wind tunnel, which uses fans to create lift and allow participants to slide down the walls of the tunnel on their backs, your instructor will guide your parachute so that it remains in front of your body at all times. This prevents any collisions with objects or people inside the chamber—and makes for an even more relaxing experience than normal freefalling would be.

Flight instructors are trained professionals who will ensure that you are comfortable and safe at all times while in the tunnel.

Flight instructors are trained professionals who will ensure that you are comfortable and safe at all times while in the tunnel. The instructors are there to assist you with your equipment, help you practice your body position, and give advice on how to remain calm during your flight. They will also make sure that everyone is aware of their role in ensuring that their guests have a successful experience by following all safety measures in place, which can include wearing helmets or harnesses.

Safety is taken very seriously at indoor skydiving facilities because it’s essential for ensuring a positive experience for everyone involved (including staff). Instructors understand the risks involved with indoor skydiving and have been trained to address any situation safely if necessary.

adult enjoying Urban Air's indoor wind tunnel skydiving

Indoor skydiving offers the same thrills as outdoor skydiving without the risk or fear of heights.

Indoor skydiving offers the same thrills as outdoor skydiving without the risk or fear of heights. You will be fitted for a harness, and then you’ll jump from a vertical wind tunnel that resembles an airplane hangar. As you fall, air will rush around you to simulate flight and make it feel like you are actually flying.

The experience is so realistic that some people report feeling weightless, just like astronauts on a mission in outer space!

After your free fall, be sure to enjoy all our other park attractions for a thrilling day you’ll never forget!

Flyers must demonstrate skill level before flying. Flyers must be a minimum of 3 years old, and under 300* pounds. Must not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Follow the instruction of the flight instructor. Participants must not have a hard cast. Flyers must not have previously dislocated shoulders. Do not attempt if you are pregnant. Subject to availability. Schedule your dive today!

*Some restrictions vary by Park. See Park management for details.

Try Indoor Skydiving Today in Fort Worth, TX

If you've ever wondered what it's like to glide in the air as a bird soaring through the sky, then indoor skydiving at Urban Air Adventure Park Fort Worth (North), TX is the perfect choice for you. It lets you feel free and weightless without the requirement to jump from an airplane thousands of feet higher than ground level.

Indoor skydiving is the ideal activity for a rainy day, whether hot or cold. Skydiving is one of the most popular activities at Urban Air Fort Worth. You can count on our expert flight instructors to help you discover your next passion. Ready to fly? We'll see you at Urban Air Forth Worth soon!

Ready to fly?

Guests must be at least three years old to dive.