Where to Fly into the Sky

Authors: Go Chengdu

2016-06-13

Several places around the city where you can go paragliding, boarding a helicopter, simulating aircraft-driving, and get great fun!
1. Parachuting
Dujiangyan International Parachute Basement
Price: RMB580 (weekdays), RMB680 (weekends/holidays)
Time: 15 minutes; schedule adjustment allowed for considering weather conditions
Add: Dujiangyan Zipingpu Reservoir
Phone: 13198899997
Sichuan Jiulong Parachute
Price: RMB480 for two persons (weekdays), RMB580 (weekends/holidays)
Time: 15 minutes; schedule adjustment allowed for considering weather conditions
Add: Deyang Mianzhu Jiulongshan Rural Tourist Attractions
Phone: 18602839490
2. Helicopter
Add: Dujiangyan tourism spot
Price: different prices for the 4 lines
Time: 10:00-12:00, 14:00-17:00
Phone: 028-87182259
3. Skyventure
Price: RMB180 for one person
Open: 10:00-18:00
Add: #16 Xihua Avenue, Jinniu District
4.Simulating Aircraft Driving
Price: RMB1, 200-3, 000
Add: #21 Jiaolong Avenue, Shuangliu District
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