McFly, a man with a dream of flight | Video
A story about the urge for flying that we all share.
22 Feb 2016 | Wind Tunnel AirSpace Charleroi
McFly is here! – AirSpace is very happy to release its latest video project! This time, instead of making a regular commercial, they wanted to tell a story about the urge for flying that we all share, and how one mans hunger became so big he decided to take it into his own hands.
AirSpace Indoor Skydiving Tunnel is a brand new (2014) indoor skydiving facility built next to the Brussels South Charleroi Airport in Belgium. It is located in Gosselies, a part of the city of Charleroi, about 46 km (29 miles) south of central Brussels. The windtunnel has a diameter of 4.5 metres and has the highest flightchamber in Europe with a height of 17 meters and 5 metres glass. It enables athletes to train within a maximum airspeed of 270 km/h. The windtunnel is open for the first time flyers and skydivers and from all sectors of skydiving with the possibility to practise flying without jumping out of an airplane. Airspace Indoor Skydiving offers the latest and most silent vertical windtunnel technology worldwide.
Indoor Skydiving is for people from 5 to 100 years. No previous experience or special physical training is necessary. After a short briefing, you will learn to control your body in free fall, even during your first entry into the tunnel.