I have to admit, I am scared of heights and so sky diving will not be an activity that I will dare to do, at least for now. Comes iFly Phoenix, I know there are many iFly facilities around the world, but I am reviewing specifically for this iFly in Phoenix. Although I hesitate to try this iFly at first but at the end, I decided to give it a try. The facility is a big one, its modern and very welcoming. Moment we walked into the entrance, we were greeted by a friendly staff. There were a number of packages. We signed our waiver form and then walked up the stairs. In the wind tunnel (at least thats how I described it), there were already a few people flowing in the air, it looks fun. We went to the counter and told the staff the size of our shoes, the onesie outfit we had to wear, safety googles and helmet, yes, safety first. There were locker bin that we could put our valuables and then we were in a room watching safety video and the staff gave us a brief what to expect and the process of the experience. There were about 12 people for this session and we all set in a lineup outside the wind tunnel, one-by-one the guide inside the wind tunnel gave each of us about 1 minute time to flow in the air. We got 2 rounds of the experience so that we can get a hang of it. When we are rookies, we will have a guide there to assist us. But if you log in a number of hours at iFly, I believe you can go inside on your own. NOTE: Anyone who weights over 260 lbs (I believe) could not do the iFly, I guess the air just couldnt lift up a human body. Overall, I enjoyed the experience and I highly recommend anyone to give it a try. Although its nowhere near the sky diving jumping out of a plane but the iFly experience is good enough for me to get a taste of what its like gliding in the air.