Skydiving without jumping from a plain

If you want to skydive in Madrid without jumping out from a plane, it is possible in Madrid. It’s a great activity to do with the family or by yourself.

I will not tell you that is the same feeling that jumping out off a plane, because is not, I have skydive from a plain and is not the same adrenaline, but is a great experience and a first step if you want to dive from a plane.

Everybody can do it, even small children; I would say that for them is quite natural.

I believe that the air tunnel from MadridFly is one of the biggest in Europe.

They have different packages that you can try, like individual or group tickets.

Here after you will find some examples:

Fly2 (2 sessions 1 person, 58€)

Fly4 (4 sessions 1 person, 99€)

Fly6 (6 sessions 1 person, 139€)

Fly8 (8 sessions 1-4 persons, 215€)

Fly24 (24 sessions 2-12 people, 649€)

Friends Fly4 (4 sessions 2 people, 109€)

Kids Fly2 (2 sessions 1 child 5 to 12 years, 39€)


MadridFly skydiving activity is completely safe and I strongly recommend you to do it if you have kids, they will love it.

You will have an introduction brief on security and the trainer that “jump up” with you will teach you the basic of skydiving, how to put your hands and your body. He will also explain you the signs that he will use during the fly session.

The average fly time is one minute, it looks like is not a lot, but it quite an experience.

You can also do a longer fly time; just review the commercial packages above.

There are two type of programs, beginners (less than 15minutes of flying experience) and advance:


At the end, you can buy the video and pictures from the session. The video is 15 euros including the USB key.

If you want more information here you have the official website.

The address is Avda. Nuestra Señora del Retamar, 16 Las Rozas de Madrid, Madrid, 28232.

You can get there by bus line 625 from Moncloa.

May 18, 2024 - Sat
Madrid, ES
few clouds
61°F few clouds
Wind 2 m/s, SE
Humidity 48%
Pressure 752.31 mmHg
Day Cond. Temp. Wind Humidity PressurePres.
sat may 18
few clouds
64/64°F 6 m/s, SW 39% 754.56 mmHg
sun may 19
broken clouds
68/62°F 8 m/s, WSW 33% 756.06 mmHg
mon may 20
scattered clouds
68/62°F 7 m/s, WNW 31% 756.81 mmHg
tue may 21
sky is clear
69/64°F 6 m/s, SW 31% 759.81 mmHg
wed may 22
broken clouds
68/60°F 8 m/s, SW 33% 759.81 mmHg

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