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Indoor Skydiving: Czech Republic : Hurricane Factory Prague
Average Rating:5

Wind Tunnel Summary | Reviews

Tupolevova 736
Czech Republic

+420 739 473 321  (7563 Hits)

Height: 40 feet
Diameter: 14 feet
Speed: 190 mph

Tunnel Type:

Age Restrictions:
Participants must be at least 4 years old.

Trading Hours:
Weekdays: 5:00-24:00
Weekends: 5:00-24:00


10 Minutes: 2450 CZK
15 Minutes: 3670 CZK
30 Minutes: 7345 CZK
60 Minutes: 14690 CZK



  • Restaurant

  • Bar

3 Reviews Written

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Rated by: Jonas_Krasa on Jan 22 2015 2:06PM

Pros: Super smooth, and powerful
Hey folks,
If any one of you want to swing by and fly, what ever it is - Beginner, VFS, Dynamic flying (divepools) You can let me know. I will love to help you achieve the skill level of your flying that you desire.. I am one of the Hurricane Factory team flyer and I am also Tunnel Instrucor org. Examiner. So if you plan to work in the tunnel and want to become instructor, or just fly awesome, or have some question don't hesitate and Contact

550/Hour of peak (coaching included)
600/Hour on peak (coaching included)


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Rated by: Hajo on Jun 4 2014 5:56AM

My favourite Tunnel for Fun and Training 
Pros: Cheap, perfect organized, sportsflyer-friendly, low further costs
Cons: On the wrong side of the town (coming from Nuremberg)

Very, very, very professional staff and facility. Always superfriendly and helpful. Cheap prices, summer-discounts and a great restaurant. Locker-rooms are huge and clean, also showers included. The sportflyers are separated from the firsttimers, so everyone has its own space. The timeslots are clear and the infosystem is perfect. You can watch the flyers via LiveStream on their Website to see what is going on.
Hotels are available, cheap and in good quality around the location.
Tesco-Mall is in walking distance and offers 7days/week all things you need.
Prague is for flyers and family or friends a great place to be.

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Rated by: adamUK on May 26 2014 8:45AM

Super-cheap tunnel 20 mins outside Prague city centre 
Pros: One of the cheapest tunnels in Europe, Czech hospitality
Cons: Can't think of any

Skydive Arena is a 14ft tunnel to the North East of the city centre. The pro-flyer rates are really good - $730 (536) per hour including GST/VAT as at 26th May 2014.


It's great value for money.

The airflow is smooth and there's no diffuser to there's power all the way to the turning vanes.

There's enough power that even fatties like me can fly head down.

It's easily accessible via budget airlines - you can get to Prague for 120/return from the UK, for example.

There's a good restaurant on site which also sell cold beer.

Pro-flyers and coaches are on hand all day.


I can't think of any other than it's not right outside my house.

Other things you should know:

The holding area where you wait between rotations is quite large and there's a monitor with a 2 minute delay so you can review your performance.

The viewing area has a few sofas and bean bags plus also some toys/games for the kids to keep them occupied when mom and dad are enjoying their play time.

You can download footage on to your own USB sticks in the changing room.

There are showers available for those really sweaty summer sessions.

There's a small selection of helmets, goggles and other bits and bobs for sale if you forget something.

The changing/locker room has a marked out area for dirt-diving.

There are lockers available, you get given a lock and key when at reception.

There's a decked area at the top of the restaurant including a bar, barbeque and a jacuzzi for those late night parties.

It's right next door to a shopping centre to get those essentials you forgot.

When I went I didn't have a suit or a helmet so one of the instructors lent me his suit and we blagged a helmet from someone else - so kudos for the lads for that.

Prague itself is an achingly beautiful city, the beer's cheap (if you avoid the main tourist areas) and the food is great. Pork seems to be the staple diet for the Czechs!

There's a few DZs about an hour's drive away.


All in all an excellent tunnel and well worth a visit. It would be ideal for team training if you're booking a lot of time as, I believe, lower rates are available for large block bookings.

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