An article published on indoorskydivingsource.com at the end of April made a valiant attempt to outline the future of indoor skydiving in the post-COVID-19 world. “Preparing for the ‘new normal’” was the appropriate byline.
Almost three months after their publication, many of the predictions that were made on the timeline for 2020 have come true. But just as much is still pending: the curve of infections has not flattened everywhere, the full socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on the leisure market is difficult to assess properly, etc.
Support Air International's Roland Hilfiker follows up by talking to some of the tunnel operators (and manufacturers) with a series of interviews that go up on www.indoorskydiving.vision (IVS) or get included in the periodical newsletter circulated to ISV members (who sign up for it in the top right-hand corner).
Aldo Comas is the owner/operator of the Terminal Zero wind tunnel in Zaragoza, Spain, and the organizer of the legendary Burning Spring skydiving festival held annually at Skydive Empuriabrava. He tells us how SARS-CoV-2 affects his facility as well as his event.
Below is a 2-minute excerpt of an interview that we will publish in its entirety by the end of July in the first edition of the INDOOR SKYDIVING VISION newsletter. Subscribe by signing up in the top right-hand corner of www.indoorskydiving.vision!