Airborne America Appears in Union Tribune

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Last week our Airborne America project made an appearance in the Union Tribune. Published both in the newspaper and online, the article describes the indoor skydiving facility’s inner workings, including the unique feature of two wind tunnel tubes. Apart from appealing to tourists and locals alike, the facility will also serve as a training tool for military personnel. Carrier Johnson was quoted in the article as well, stating that:

“The building celebrates the achievement of human flight, and its architecture is a reflection of the principles of aerodynamics that facilitate it.”

Airborne San Diego would feature glass-enclosed skydiving experience where two 30-foot-high tubes would use compressed air to simulate freefalling.

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