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  • Out of an abundance of caution and focus on your safety (and our staff’s safety), iFLY is requiring masks to enter our building and participate for the foreseeable future. Therefore even as some states relax their mask requirement mandates, ours will stay in place for the time being. We thank you for your understanding.

  • Masks are mandatory inside of the building.
  • Neck buffs do not count as masks. Only surgical masks, N95 masks, and cloth masks will be considered safe.

    Since 1998, we’ve had the pleasure of taking flight with nearly 10 Million flyers. Together we’ve celebrated birthdays and family nights, we’ve brought coworkers closer together, reunited old friends, and shared the dream of flight with those who never thought walking, nevertheless flying, was possible.

    Because of our flyers and team members, we’re taking additional safety measures so we can continue to share life’s great moments together.

    Learn about our safety procedures:

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    iFLY’s Fresh
    Air Advantage

    For years, iFLY’s wind tunnels have had a fresh air advantage over other experiences. Our advanced wind tunnel technology provides guests clean air while flying by recirculating and refreshing the air from outside our facilities. Tested and proven, our wind tunnels create an environment at least 10x fresher than the average store or gym when flying guests – even at slow wind speeds.

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    before you Fly

    Flyers will have additional prompts to complete their waivers online prior to their visit

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    • Touchless temperature screenings for all entering the building
    • Contact-free check-in
    • Protective acrylic splash panels at the check-in desk
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    the Facility

    • Floor markings indicating distancing requirements
    • Hand sanitizer stations
    • Routinely scheduled surface and restroom/changing facilities cleaned with disinfectant before and after flight classes
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    All equipment including helmets, head socks and goggles are sanitized twice: once after each use and once again before being issued to flyers. Flight suits are sanitized after each use.

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