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November 2, 2017

iFLY Orlando to Celebrate ‘National Disability Day’ on Sunday Dec. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. with Special ‘All Abilities’ Event Pricing and Packages

The Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation Named Beneficiary of Event 

Orlando, FL – November 2, 2017 – iFLY Orlando, the world’s first indoor skydiving facility with dual wind tunnels, is celebrating ‘National Disability Day’ on Sunday, December 3, 2017 with an ‘All Abilities Night’ from 6 to 9 p.m. The event will benefit the Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation, which provides a family-centric approach to treatment including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and audiology.


In recognition of ‘National Disability Day,’ iFLY Orlando will donate $5 to the Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation for every ‘Top it Out’ package purchased throughout the month of November. It includes one High Flight, one Additional Minute of Flight Time and the G3 Full-Face Helmet for $19.95.

iFLY’s ‘All Abilities’ events were created to encourage all individuals, despite physical and cognitive barriers, to push past limitations and take flight at iFLY Orlando where the dream of flight is attainable for everyone. All flyers will be assisted by specially trained Flight Instructors with extra attention and accommodations based on participant needs. To see All Abilities flights in action, a video is available here.

“‘National Disability Day’ at iFLY is aimed at providing an encouraging experience to those with varying physical and cognitive abilities in an inclusive environment with flyers of all ages, skills, and abilities,” said Amanda Siegel, general manager of iFLY Orlando.

This three-hour special event includes a pre-flight training session, all the necessary flight gear (suit, helmet, goggles), two, one-minute flights and a FREE video at the special event price of $39.95. (The regular price of this Earn Your Wings package is $69.95.)

In addition to the special pricing, children from the Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation will enjoy complimentary flights on ‘National Disability Day’ from 6 to 9 p.m.

For information, visit https://www.iflyworld.com/orlando or call (407) 337-4359.

About the NEW iFLY Orlando:  
iFLY’s new Orlando facility is the company’s first to feature two recirculating vertical wind tunnels in the same facility. The two wind tunnels sit side-by-side in the facility and each features a 12-foot diameter flight chamber with wind flow powered by two quiet and clean running electric motors. All instructors at iFLY Orlando are IBA certified as the best-trained and safest instructors in the sport of indoor skydiving. iFLY Orlando is located at 8969 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819. For information, visit https://www.iflyworld.com/orlando or call (407) 337-4359.

About iFLY Indoor Skydiving
Austin-based iFLY Holdings, LLC., is the world leader in design, manufacturing, sales and operations of wind tunnel systems for indoor skydiving. The company has flown more than 8 million people in a dozen countries and at sea since launching the modern vertical wind tunnel industry in 1998. iFLY has more than 60 facilities operating worldwide with 28 wholly-owned in the US and has significant growth plans across the globe in the next 24 months. iFLY supports and utilizes the safety and training guidelines set out by the International Bodyflight Association (IBA) to ensure safety and progression of the sport of indoor skydiving. For more information on iFLY, visit www.iflyworld.com or follow us on FacebookInstagram and YouTube.

About Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation
The Florida Hospital For Children Pediatric Rehabilitation program is staffed by caring professionals who are specially trained in a wide range of disciplines, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and audiology. Because health issues can cross into many areas of medicine, we use an interdisciplinary approach to treating learning and physical conditions that require rehabilitation. The program is characterized by a family-centric style of treatment, which focuses on the unique needs of your child. We work with you and the rest of your family to develop the ongoing skills and strategies that will be needed to ensure successful healing. Visit https://www.floridahospital.com/children/rehabilitation for more information.