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iFLY Houston - Memorial, Houston

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  • I brought my 10 year old daughter and we both flew. We both had a great time. Our instructor Boo made us both feel safe and informed. I have a great deal of trouble with motion sickness and I did just...  more »
  • We loved our experience when we came here for my hubby's bday this past December. Our instructor was great at making sure we were all at ease and tried to make us all feel as comfy as possible. Make s...  more »
  • I can't stop raving about how much fun we had! Ben was our instructor, and he was so enthusiastic about teaching all 10 of us how to correctly fly. He was patient and supportive, and all around a real...  more »
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  • We had a lot of fun. So happy even my 4yr old got to do it. Such a great experience and the people were all so nice and helpful. I wish it was more affordable to do more often and wish you didn't have to wait so long to learn other things. But safety is important and they want you to be safe.
  • Great place, fun instructors! Rory was awesome. Easy check in, you get the watch others fly until your training. Training was a breeze and straight to the point. After your flight, your instructor puts on an amazing show! We'll definitely be coming back. So much fun!
  • If you're willing to spend the money, iFly is incredibly fun. Even if you don't like "extreme" sports, it's so safe and controlled that you won't be afraid. I'd definitely go again.
  • I absolutely love this place! My husband surprised me for our anniversary. The facility is really nice and the entire staff is amazing. The initial visit is a bit expensive (worth every penny) but the return flights are definitely more affordable. I would probably be there EVERYDAY if I could! We went on a return flight and took our daughter. The time spent with family doing something unique is really such a valuable experience and memory! Our instructor Stephen makes you feel like part of the Ifly team. I will recommend this experience and location to anyone that wants to have a great time out. I won't lie, I'm really sore the day after! So worth it though!!! I'm definitely hooked!!!!
  • Amazing time. Costly but worth it. I've always wanted to do a wind tunnel and finally got a chance too. This location was super clean and the workers were very nice and helpful. At first I thought I was going to be dismayed with the service because the counter girl today was sick - coughing and sneezing and still helping people which I thought was nasty but I had my trusty Purell. Check was easy, they had several computer monitors around to do that. FYI you have to make reservations, no drop ins. The packages start at $70 for 1 (1 min) flight and go up from there with options for video, pictures, advance learning in flight with the capability of doing it with friends in the tunnel at once. I opted for the 2 flight option with high fly experience (where the instructor guides you up higher than normal - not the very top). Luckily there was a 10% military discount - came out to be about $85. The bottom floor sold paraphernalia - t shirts ($17-$25), key chain fobs, hats, helmets, pencils, and more. Upstairs is where the magic happens. You get to sit and watch other groups in the tunnel until it's your groups' turn for getting ready. This floor of course had the tunnel, a counter for supplies, lockers (free) for your belongings and a little area I guess for meetings or parties. Everything again was super clean and organized. First the group goes into a room and watch a 4 min education video. They teach you 4 hand signals - for chin up, relax, bend legs and straighten legs. There were 3 other rules given by the instructor but I only remember 2 - smile and hold still. Our instructor was very animated and made the group feel at ease. It seemed like all the instructors were very patient and energetic. After the video, we got our supplies: suits (worn over clothing), goggles, ear plugs, and helmets. They had some helmets completed with face shields. Next we were escorted to the tunnel. There was a seating area inside. There was a video monitor with a 2 min lapse so you could watch yourself upon your return back to the room. I'm glad I picked 2 flights because you don't know what to expect the first time around. Upon entering, the force of the wind really caught me off guard, it was kind of hard to catch my breath with all the wind in your face but then I relaxed and it was fun. The instructor was very good about positioning you and cueing you on body position and keeping you from hitting the walls and stuff but you didn't feel rough handed just gentle guidance. The 2nd time was great, especially when he guides you to the top for a few spins. Afterwards, he showed us how a pro does it. They all look very agile moving thru the air with expertise and exiting back first thru the door. I wouldn't mind learning more to be able to do some of that. I loved how encouraging he was with the feedback for each person. GREAT EXPERIENCE. Suggested for ages 6+