What is Parkour?

Surprise history lesson! Aspects of parkour can be found all throughout history but its official origins come from France. The art of parkour was the ability to get from point A to point B as quickly as possible by vaulting, climbing, or by any other means physically. It wasn’t until parkour became more popular that it evolved into “freerunning” which had the same goal but adding the flashy flips and tricks you see in all of today’s action movies and tv shows!

Urban Flight School

Airborne’s Urban Flight School offers the best parkour training at the best extreme air sports facilities. Our coaches are friendly and knowledgeable, and our equipment and spaces are perfect for Airborne skills. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! Flight School tuition not only includes weekly classes, but a standard monthly Frequent Flyer Membership for the student! This membership entitles the student to 2 hours of jump time EVERY DAY at Airborne.

Class Details

$100/month for 1 class/week
$150/month for 2 classes/week
(Cancel any time)

Age: 5+ Years


Beginner-Intermediate: 5:00PM – 6:00PM
Advanced: 6:00PM – 7:00PM

Skill Levels

Students must be evaluated by an Airborne coach to be placed into the Advanced Level class. All students will start by attending the Beginner/Intermediate class. When coaches determine that a student meets the Advanced skill level, the student will stay for the next hour and attend the Advanced level class. After being placed in the Advanced level, the student will only attend the Advanced class hour each week.

Beginner – Little to no experience, but LOVES to throw their body around
Junior Cadet – has never done any flips or tumbling ever and is starting ground up
Senior Cadet – can almost land a front flip on a trampoline (can flip to a seated position or close to it)

Intermediate – Some experience, looking to take their skills to the next level
Wing Cadet – can land a frontflip on their feet comfortably on a trampoline and has started learning backflips
Air Cadet – can land a backflip on a trampoline and is wanting to learn how to start doing things on solid or less bouncy ground

Advanced – Plenty of experience, looking to master their skills
Air Commander – can do a backflip on the floor and is looking to improve their skills and learn the crazy stunts they see on YouTube.