Our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program uses our state-of-the-art vertical wind tunnel to inspire and educate students. Trained and reviewed STEM educators will guide your students through an interactive presentation, demos in the wind tunnel and grade-appropriate lab activities.  

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Each field trip is comprised of four components: 

  1. Interactive ‘physics of flight’ presentation on real-world application of STEM with wind tunnels.  
  2. Vertical wind tunnel ball flight testing. 
  3. Hands-on, creative student experiments.  
  4. In-depth flight training and flight experience.  

Quick Stats: 

  • Our field trips align with Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core K-12, and TEKS.
  • Full curriculum molded by teacher focused groups
  • More than 60,000 students and 3,000 schools have participated
  • Over 30 state-of-the-art vertical wind tunnels providing STEM field trips

 

Frequently Asked Questions: 

Q: Do you have any resources for teachers?

A: Yes, please visit our STEM information pages sorted by grade level to access helpful field trip resources:

Elementary | Middle School | High School | College &Teacher

Q: Can I explore iFLY before the field trip?  

A: We routinely host STEM open houses to give teachers and educators an opportunity to learn more about our STEM program. Complete form below to find out when the next open house or to schedule a visit.

 

Q:  How much does it cost? 

A:  Prices vary depending on group size. Contact your local group manager to find out more. 

Q: How long will the field trip take? 

A: From start to finish, the field trip will take about 3 hours. This includes a lecture, demonstration, classroom experiment, and the flight experience.  

Q: Can all students participate? 

 A: Yes, we welcome anyone with physical or cognitive challenges to participate in our supportive and inclusive environment. 

What an engaging learning environment for my science students!

 

Ready to book or have a question?  

Please fill out the form below and one of our program directors will contact you.