iFLY Indoor Skydiving Opens in Liberty Township

If you want the thrill of skydiving without the risk of jumping out of an airplane...

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If you want the thrill of skydiving without the risk of jumping out of an airplane, iFLY Indoor Skydiving has opened a facility in Liberty Township. 

iFLY uses a wind tunnel fly chamber which "moves air in a vertical column at speeds high enough to keep a person safely floating."

According to the website, guests as young as 3-years-old (yes) can take to the indoor skies as long as a parent or guardian signs their waiver (anyone under 18 must have a signed waiver).

Before you fly for the first time, you'll take a basic training class from an iFLY instructor, then gear up with a suit and helmet. After that, you'll head to a tunnel with your instructor and "fly" with them as they each you the skills for a fun flight. 

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iFLY Liberty Township

Each session lasts over an hour while each flight in the wind tunnel lasts just 60 seconds, but the package you book determines how many times you get to go in the tunnel. Flight packages start at $69.95.

iFly is located at 7689 Warehouse Row, Liberty Township and is open daily. More info at iflyworld.com/cincinnati.

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