In May 2018, French company “zerOGravity SAS“ signed a contract with Indoor Skydiving Germany (ISG) to build their first wind tunnel. The indoor skydiving facility will feature a six meter tall, round, full glass flight chamber.
The new tunnel will be located at the main entrance of Futuroscope, the second largest amusement park in France. This project will be the first ISG-built facility in France. Construction of this facility will commence in November 2018 with an opening projected for the following year.
Boris Nebe, Managing Director of ISG-Group: “We are happy to announce that we will build our first wind tunnel with 6m tall glass panels as part of the flight chamber at this wonderful location. This flightchamber will provide a maximum visibility and is especially attractive for spectators, competitions and shows. We are really looking forward to realize this project.”
Fabrice Crouzet, president of zerOGravity SAS: “Based on strict criteria of reliability, acoustic performance and first-class wind quality, our team, composed of multi-disciplinary engineers and skydiving professionals, has naturally chosen ISG technology for our indoor skydiving facility. We are very pleased to have achieved this milestone, and we are looking forward for an opening at the end of 2019.”
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