Indoor Skydiving Industry Report – Oct 2015


Indoor Skydiving Industry Report - Oct 2015
October 30, 2015
Indoor Skydiving Source

Note – this article was updated in the 2015 Year Industry Report.

Presenting the first Indoor Skydiving Industry Report from Indoor Skydiving Source. We’ve gathered interesting information on the indoor skydiving industry and presented it using an info-graphic format. Hopefully this easy-to-view graphic will be an interesting piece to discover a little more about the industry today and in the future.

Fine Print:

Data compiled using the Indoor Skydiving Source wind tunnel database from Oct 25th, 2015.

Population by radius data from:

Pricing calculated based on averages and converted from local currency to USD where appropriate on Oct 28th, 2015. More information found on the info-graphic.

Data is presented as accurately as possible, but may contain errors. The data is presented as a general interest piece and Indoor Skydiving Source does not condone or have any responsibility for the use of this data or any outcome from that use.

Published: October 30, 2015 | Last Updated: December 2, 2021

Indoor Skydiving Industry Report - Oct 2015
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4 thoughts on “Indoor Skydiving Industry Report – Oct 2015”

  1. Thanks for compiling this report.

    You should put 2016 and 2017 data in dotted lines on graphs. At first glance “Number of tunnels constructed by year” is showing a big drop in 2017, and “Total Growth” a pause in the growth. This is just incomplete data displayed like the previous years…

    1. Hey Thomas,
      Thanks for the feedback and after looking into what you mention about the incomplete data for 2016, 2017 and even for the current year – I agree. October might have been a funny time to put out an industry report, but the idea was long overdue. Look for something with improved data after the first of the year with more accurate and hopefully more useful information as the site database improves.
      Appreciate you taking the time to leave this comment!

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