Frequently Asked Questions 

Who can Flyboard®?
Generally, anyone over the age of 13 can Flyboard®, but we do have some specific limitations:
·  Your shoe size must be between men’s sizes 6 and 16
·  You must weigh less than 425 pounds
·  If you are under the age of 18, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
·  If you weigh less than 100 pounds, our certified instructors will evaluate whether it’s safe for you to fly


Safety is paramount at H2O Aviators! You will not be permitted to fly if you appear to be intoxicated or impaired in any way. This includes being under the influence of prescription drugs. You will be required to sign a waiver confirming you are not impaired prior to your flight.
How do I book a flight?

Call us at 480.606.8237 or email us 

​How much does it cost?

  • 15 minutes for $65 (BOGO for 2014 & 2015)
  • 20 minutes for $75 (BOGO for 2014 & 2015)
  • 30 minutes for $95 (BOGO for 2014 & 2015)
  • 60 minutes for $190 (BOGO for 2014 & 2015)

This includes 15 minutes of training before you start your purchased time by one of our certified Flyboard® instructors

The 30 minute and up can be split between you and up to 2 friends

Do women Flyboard®?

Of course they do! One of our certified instructors, Tracy,is a woman and flies every weekend!

What should I bring? 

  • Appropriate Swim Attire - Everyone (men and women) must wear swim shorts that will not easily come off when flying in and out of the water.
  • Towel - Of course you are going to get wet!   

We also require our customer to sign a liability statement and show us your picture ID prior to your flight.We provide the rest—the Flyboard® (of course!), US Coast Guard-approved life jacket, and helmets with ear protection. We require all riders to wear both a life jacket and helmet. We have helmets sized S to L, and life jackets sized S to XXL. If you need a special size, please bring your own.

What should I not bring?

Leave your jewelry at home, in your car, or with your friends. We cannot assume responsibility for your valuables. If you are bringing a friend, he or she can hold your sunglasses, camera, phone, etc. or leave those items in your car, too. You are responsible for securely storing your belongings before taking your flight. If you are flying solo, we are happy to hold your car keys for you while you fly. No eye wear, such as glasses or goggles, are allowed while riding the Flyboard®. Glasses will not stay on your head. Goggles could be a safety concern and also may not stay in place. It is possible that contact lenses will be washed away. Please call 480-606-8237 with any questions.

​Does flying a Flyboard® require a lot of strength? Do you need to be athletic?

​No, the most strenuous part of flying a Flyboard® is learning to get your balance, which is usually accomplished in the first 5 minutes of training.

How long does it take to learn?

Most fliers learn to their balance in the first 5 minutes of instruction.  The more relaxed and patient you are the easier it is to learn.

How high can I fly?

Our certified instructors keep new fliers 5-10 feet above the water for safety purposes.  Once you have mastered your balance, the instructors will assess how much higher you can fly safely.  Eventually, you can fly up to 20 feet in the air.

Is the Flyboard® safe?

We want all of our Flyboard® experiences to be fun and safe.  Safety is our number one concern.  If you follow instructions for being safe, you will have an exhilarating experience! H2O Aviators certified instructs have logged many hours of training with master Flybaord® instructors, and are also First Aid and CPR-certified in case of the unlikely event of an emergency.  Our certified instructors are always in full control of the flyer's Flyboard® power to endure safety at all times.  

Every flyer wears a US Coast Guard-approved life jacket and helmet.  And did we mention the Flyboard® itself floats?

As a flier, our certified instructors will give you explicit instructions on what to do and what not to do.  If you do not follow the directions of our instructors or behave in an unsafe manner - act in a way that could endanger you, our employees, or anyone else - we won't be able to continue your flight and your time will be cancelled without a refund.