The relationship between income, investment, and conditions

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Industry Outlook

International indoor skydiving contests began to be held on a regular basis in 2005, and in 2014 were officially recognized by the World Air Sports Federation (FAI). International championships and world cup competitions have been held ever since.

These disciplines are expected to be admitted to the list of Olympic events within a decade, meaning increased spectator interest and more professional athletes who will need access to regular training sessions.

Charitable Projects

An indoor skydiving facility is the perfect venue for projects designed to help others. Flights could serve as the key component in charity projects to help children and adults with special needs, and also provide the basis for educational, socialization and adaptation programs.

Educational Programs for Schoolchildren

Live lessons, when theory is followed by practice, are the best way to learn. Perfect for school lessons in physics, aerodynamics, circuit engineering, and other subjects.

Programs for Children from Children’s Homes

A new experience can help children to develop their social skills, develop respect for adults, and better manage their priorities. Children become more relaxed and outgoing.

Training for Flying School Students

Developing special skills and learning about the specifics of flight can help students better prepare themselves for a flying career.


The Aerokinesis special recovery and rehabilitation program has already been operating successfully for several years at the Fly Station in St. Petersburg.

About the program

Aerokinesis is a specially designed sports rehabilitation program for children with childhood cerebral palsy, autistic spectrum disorders, and musculoskeletal issues, as well as for adults with injuries of various kinds and in post-operative recovery.

The key goal of Aerokinesis is to help stimulate the brain to create new, high-quality neural connections between the body and the central nervous system. The program is designed to simultaneously engage all of the body’s life-sustaining systems and to have a strong positive impact on the skeletal, muscular, ligament, endocrine, and nervous systems. At the same time, the children will experience the exercise as a fun adventure or game.

About program creator

Airflow - the key factor and space for sessions

Atmospheric pressure, wind speed, and air temperature can all be adjusted to create individual programs which take into account the diagnosis and specific needs of the individual undergoing rehabilitation. This allows significant improvements to be achieved within a short time, resulting in surprising and noticeable changes, increasing progress rates by up to 65%.

Musculoskeletal issues and childhood cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a complex disorder which manifests itself in a number of symptoms, including loss of coordination, anxiety and terrors (including night terrors), fear of heights, and fear of losing support and being left alone. Practically all of these can be eased following a relatively short period of participation in the training process. The process helps to give the child self-confidence and impacts future progress, whilst simultaneously helping parents to better cope with their child’s condition. This can significantly improve emotional and psychological relationships within the family.

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