iFly Hollywood at Universal Studios CityWalk Hollywood California
iFLY Hollywood California is the only Indoor Skydiving in Hollywood! Located at the Universal Studios entrance on the ever popular Universal Studios CityWalk with shops, restaurants, entertainment, movies, night clubs and a Vertical Wind Tunnel. By my definition CityWalk Hollywood has EVERYTHING! There is no happier place on earth (except Bhutan).
If you are in the area get on down there and get yourself a reasonably priced flight and make memories that will last a lifetime! No trip to Hollywood is complete with out it!
- Reservations are accepted
- Discounts offered for Repeat Flights, Bulk Purchases, Skydivers & Military
- Coaching Packages are Available
- Families, Beginners & Skydivers Welcome!
- Fan Driven
- +/- 10′ Diameter (9×11 oval)
- +/- 160 mph max
- Flight Area: Lexan glass enclosed wall-to-wall air column
- Tunnel Entry/Exit: Typical SkyVenture/iFLY staging area with a single opening
Location: 1000 Universal Studios Blvd. #1 Universal City, CA 91608
Type: Stationary Wall to Wall Air, Fan Driven
Contact Phone: (818) 985-4359
Now Called iFly 2007
11/15/07 – This tunnel is open for business.
NOT located in Hollywood or at USH, but on Universal Mountain on the City Walk.
3/20/06 – Construction digging of the site has begun!
1/19/06 – Still no sign of a vertical wind tunnel yet. It would also appear that the actual build site has been moved within the City Walk.
9/13/05 – SkyVenture expects to receive building permits and begin installation in October 2005 and then to open for business in early Summer 2006.
8/3/05 – No sign of construction yet on site
3/18/05 – A construction wall with a sign advertising the new SkyVenture skydiving simulator has now gone up in CityWalk near Jillian’s. (source: www.screamscape.com)
11/15/04 – According to FunWorld, the popular SkyVenture skydiving simulator from Orlando will branch out with a company owned version in Universal Hollywood’s Citywalk sometime in 2005. Unlike the large building used in Orlando however, the Citywalk version will be made out of a giant clear tube allowing all of the foot-traffic to see all the action.