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iFly Singapore Launches Special Tandem Skydive Promotion

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iFly Singapore is making skydiving available to the public exclusively only on Saturday, 15 December 2012 on Sentosa island, another first for iFly Singapore.

This will be an once-in-a-lifetime experience for anyone who wants to skydive in Sentosa, Singapore. Only a total of 30 tandem skydives will be offered to the public as part of the inaugural iFly Singapore Indoor Skydiving World Championships 2012, to be held in iFly Singapore from 13 to 16 December 2012. Reservations are on a first-come basis.

Participants of the tandem skydive will experience a skydive experience from 10,000 ft that includes training and the helicopter ride over the South China Sea before jumping off the helicopter attached to an experienced tandem master.

All tandem participants will be securely attached by a harness to an experienced tandem master who is a D licence holder which is the highest skydiving licence available in the industry. All tandem masters have more than 1000 jumps experience in their skydiving career.

The tandem master will guide the skydiver through the entire jump from the leap, free-fall, under parachute and till the landing, allowing the skydiver to completely enjoy the adrenaline rush and breath-taking views of Sentosa and the South China Sea before landing on the Palawan beach of Sentosa.

We are delighted to bring another facet of the skydiving experience to Singapore with the tandem skydives. This may be the only chance that people can enjoy this experience in Singapore. We are giving people wings to fly and creating memories that will last a lifetime, said Mr Lawrence Koh, Founder and Managing Director, iFly Singapore.

There will be 2 packages for the public to choose from and can be booked by email or +65 8299 3933 from 7 Dec 2012. The packages are as follows:

Basic Package (Sin$1,388)

- Tandem training and 1 live tandem skydive.
- 1 pair of iFly Singapore first timer, challenge package voucher worth $178
- $80 worth of SkyLoft dining vouchers
- Entry to watch iFly Singapore Indoor Skydiving World Championships at iFly Singapore
- A DVD containing photos and video taken from:
- Wrist-held video camera from the tandem master

Exclusive Package (Sin$2,588)

- Tandem training and 1 live tandem skydive.
- 2 pairs of iFly Singapore first timer, challenge package voucher worth $356
- $150 worth of SkyLoft dining vouchers
- Entry to watch iFly Singapore Indoor Skydiving World Championships at iFly Singapore
- A DVD containing photos and video taken from:
- Wrist-held video camera from the tandem master

Additional cameraman will jump together with the tandem master and passenger to provide aerial photography and videography for the tandem pair.

iFly Singapore was launched in 2011 and to date, over 80,000 Singaporeans and foreign visitors have flown in the state-of-the-art wind tunnel, with the youngest being a seven-year old and the oldest, an octogenarian from Singapore.

iFly Singapore has also hosted several famous flyers and visitors including seven-time F1 world champion, Michael Schumacher, the Red Bull Toro Rosso F1 team, Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong, returning officer of last years General Elections and CEO of the Peoples Association Mr Yam Ah Mee, ex-Singapore Foreign Affairs Minister George Yeo, Bollywood star Akshay Kumar and celebrities including Donnie Yen, Zhang Ziyi and Wang Lee Hom.

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