Photo, a large glass enclosure. The figures are blurred, as they are clearly in motion. A young person in a blue jumpsuit, goggles, and helmet is suspended off of the ground, belly down, arched as a parachutist would be, supported on each side by people wearing red jumpsuits and helmets. In the background, others wearing jumpsuits and helmets wait their turn

iFLY Indoor Skydiving Hosts All Abilities Night

LivAbility Magazine

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Photo, a large glass enclosure. The figures are blurred, as they are clearly in motion. A young person in a blue jumpsuit, goggles, and helmet is suspended off of the ground, belly down, arched as a parachutist would be, supported on each side by people wearing red jumpsuits and helmets. In the background, others wearing jumpsuits and helmets wait their turn

iFLY Indoor Skydiving
Hosts All Abilities Night

Photo by Loren Worthington

iFLY, a skydive free fall simulator in North Scottsdale, hosted an “All Abilities Night.”

Several individuals with disabilities participated and enjoyed the experience.

“I had a great time tonight here at iFLY,” said Rob Reed, a wheelchair user. “I think that anybody, no matter what their disability, could come out here and give it a shot.” iFLY hosts All Abilities Night once a quarter. Visit their website for details.

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