The origins of the Madrid Fly wind tunnel date back to 2009, when Alberto Fuertes, the Spanish parachuting champion and three times indoor flight runner-up, came up with the idea of building Europe’s largest wind tunnel in Madrid, where freefalling can be realistically simulated in absolute safety.
It is a tunnel with a wind chamber that is 4.6 metres wide and 17 metres high, of which 8 metres are made out of glass, enabling spectators to watch those practising this activity. Its facilities include 1,500 square metres designed exclusively for leisure and fun, surrounded by spacious gardens and a large terrace.
Wed – Fri: 11am – 9pm ; Sat – Sun: 9am – 3am
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