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iFly Indoor Skydiving


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High flying adventure awaits you right here in Loudoun County! iFly Loudoun, Northern Virginia’s only indoor skydiving destination, is the perfect place to spread your wings and experience your dreams of flight!

From 3- to 103-years of age, anyone can fly in iFly’s vertical tunnel! With winds of up to 170-mph, the tunnel gently floats you up into the air for an unforgettable experience! iFly instructors ensure your flight is catered to your needs and flying desires. Enjoy floating on a cushion of air with an instructor directly within your reach, helping you to fly like your favorite superhero!

All flying packages include gear usage, flight training with a certified instructor, and of course, your amazing flight and personalized certificate! Whether you just want to fly once, twice, or up to five times, there is a package to help achieve all your high-flying dreams! The full experience lasts almost two hours and pictures and videos can be purchased at the end of your adventure, along with discounted flights for future visits.

Ready to soar? Learn more and visit iFly in person or online!

iFly Loudoun is located at 20315 Commonwealth Center Dr., Ashburn, VA.

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