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    Super fun! I wish I still lived in Seattle so I could keep going and eventually do aerial somersaults! I took my dad (a pilot) for father’s day and we both had a blast. The instructor was engaging and obviously loves doing this outside of his day job, and we bonded with the other people in our flight time. Great experience overall, just make sure not to lose their gift certificates because they don’t issue credit for lost cards.

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    SOOOOO Much fun!! Great people! Will definitely be back!

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    I have to jump in and correct some misinformation in one of the other reviews. “they turn it down 25 mph for everyone except the staff, to make it seem hard to stay up so you’ll keep coming back trying to get ‘better'”This is incorrect and any skydiver will corroborate. There are two primary types of flight: belly and freefly. Belly flight, which is what guests do, requires less wind because you have more of your body exposed and are easier to lift. Freeflying, what the instructors and experienced “tunnel rats” do, typically consists of being in a seated, standing, or head down orientation. Much less of your body is exposed and thus you need more wind to keep you flying.Typical belly skydive speeds are 120mph and that’s approximately what they simulate in the tunnel. Freefly speeds are typically 145 mph, which is why they boost the wind.Please don’t spread misinformation stated as fact.

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    I flew at IFLY SEATTLE Saturday night with the Montes family…This was an AWESOME experience. EB was an excellent instructor and we all had fun..we will be back!

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    The good: got to try the feeling of skydiving without jumping out of anythingThe bad: sketchy business practices like asking for confirmation that you want an added cost high flight while you have earplugs in and are standing at the doorway of a turbine, or spending a good portion of a minute directing you towards the camera so you can buy picturesUseful info: They have lockers there. Wear pants, not a skirt/kilt.