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Indoor skydiving coming to the St. Johns Town Center

Carly Kramer, Video Director

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An iFLY skydiving location is in the works to open in Jacksonville, according to Indoor Skydiving Source.

First-time flyers will participate in a training session before skydiving. Indoor skydiving source estimates the two-minute package being $69.95 and the four minute package being $109.95.

The St. Johns Town Center iFLY tunnel will be located at 10579 Brightman Blvd., near Topgolf. iFLY is also located in Orlando, Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale.

According to Indoor Skydiving source, iFLY Jacksonville is said to open in early 2019.

Kevin Beaugrand
Construction of iFLY at the St. Johns Town Center.

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