iFLY Naperville - Indoor Skydiving in Naperville, IL
1752 Freedom Drive • Naperville, IL 60563
Located minutes from The Morton Arboretum and Arrowhead Country Club, iFLY Naperville offers the ultimate indoor skydiving experience for adventurers of all ages. Soar in a state-of-the-art wind tunnel with expert instructors guiding each flight. No experience necessary—just bring your sense of adventure and prepare for a flight experience of a lifetime.
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iFLY Naperville is located just off I-88 in Chicago at 1752 Freedom Drive, Naperville, IL.
iFLY Chicago Naperville is an indoor skydiving facility for kids, teens, and adults. Regardless of flight experience, first-time flyers and seasoned pros enjoy the thrilling experience of flying inside a wind tunnel column.
The indoor iFLY facilities recreate the freefall portion of a skydive with its recirculating wind flow. Skydivers worldwide use vertical wind tunnels as training facilities because of their similarity to the real thing.
Each flight within the wind tunnel lasts 60 seconds. When jumping from an airplane, the free fall portion lasts approximately 45 seconds. Your admission has two (2) flights. The entire experience lasts 1.5 hours from start to finish.
Yes, iFLY's vertical wind tunnel uses superior technology to produce smooth wall-to-wall airflow that is safe to fly in. Certified flight instructors will also ensure safe and enjoyable flight sessions—your instructor will be with you throughout your flight, regardless of your experience level.
Yes, for the safe experience of customers and instructors alike, individuals exceeding 300lbs cannot participate. Individuals weighing between 260–300lbs are subject to additional evaluation by the local staff to determine if they can be accommodated and whether additional restrictions may apply.
There are no height restrictions.
You must be at least three (3) years or older.
Yes, flying is not recommended for individuals who are pregnant, have non-removable hard cast/prosthetics, head, neck, back, or shoulder injury, or have a heart condition or any other condition that may impede their ability to take part in physical activity or increase the risk of injury.
Flight suits will be worn over casual clothes, preferably pants and a shirt without a collar. Comfortable, non-restrictive clothing should be worn with well-fitting, lace-up sneakers or running shoes. Flyers with long hair should secure it back braided or in a low bun to fit the helmet.
Yes, iFLY has larger goggles that can fit over eyeglasses.