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Wind Tunnels in Germany
Open to the public | Announced | Under Construction | Not Active | Privately Operated
|Munich||Jochen Schweizer Arena||14.8 ft (4.5 m)||N/A||2017|
|Munich||FlyStation Munich||14.8 ft (4.5 m)||186 mph (300 km/h)||2017|
|Munich||WINDOBONA Munich||14 ft (4.3 m)|
|Hamburg||WINDOBONA Hamburg||14 ft (4.3 m)|
|Berlin||WINDOBONA Berlin||14 ft (4.3 m)||174 mph (280 km/h)||2017|
|Frankfurt||Indoor Skydiving Germany Frankfurt||14 ft (4.3 m)|
|Bottrop||Indoor Skydiving Bottrop||14 ft (4.3 m)||2008|
|Wassmannsdorf||Hurricane Factory Berlin||17 ft (5.2 m)||174 mph (280 km/h)||2017|
Indoor Skydiving in Germany
Germany is the most populous member state in the European Union and it is gaining a central role in the development of Indoor Skydiving in Europe with many announced openings of new Wind Tunnels. Germany is also the home land of ISG, one of the most known and appreciated manifacturer of modern wind tunnels for indoor skydiving.
Indoor Skydiving Bottrop was the first modern wind tunnel opened in Germany, back in 2008 and is still appreciated by expert flyers for its technology and flight characteristics, The capital Berlin hosts the largest Wind Tunnel in Germany: Hurricane Factory Berlin.
Indoor Skydiving is becoming everyday more and more appreciated by german people of all ages.
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