Possibly the greatest wind tunnel
ever created

Technical details

Site requirements
Recommended site size
33 × 30 m

Equipment size
33 × 12 m

Areas for administration and associated services must also be provided.

Overall height
30 m

Local height regulations must be considered. The complex can be built partially underground (up to 20 m).

The facility must not violate local noise regulations.
1,800–2,200 kW of electric power must be available.

Flight Chamber
4.5 m

19.5 m

Glass walls
8 m (two storeys)

The glass walls around the flight chamber and glass floor between the first and second storeys gives spectators a clear view of the whole performance.

Patented curved doorway

Up to 300 km/h

22 employees

Avg. 15 (max. 26) per hour

Min. 4 years of age, no upper limit


52 dB
(~ daytime suburban noise)

350,000 kWh per month
(when operating 24/7)

Time frames
Production of equipment
6 months

Delivery to the construction site
up to 2 months

Equipment installation takes 3 months and can be handled in the completed reinforced concrete structure in parallel with finishing works.


FRP ducts

Our ducts, including all diffusers and the contraction, are perfectly aerodynamic in shape and are made of thick (90 mm) fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) sandwich, resulting in:

  • No vibration
  • Reduced noise
  • Reduced drag
  • Increased overall tunnel performance

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Axial fans

  • Among the largest in the industry
  • Low noise
  • Low vibration
  • Ultra efficient


Our honeycomb straightens the airflow just before the flight chamber, for extra smooth flights.

It is designed to offer the best performance and efficiency.


Turning vanes

Unique shape to turn the airflow without introducing much turbulence

Extra-large for greater efficiency

Made of extruded aluminium: light and strong

Cool the air inside the tunnel to ensure a comfortable flight