Learn To Skydive

Become a Qualified Skydiver

Depending on your reason for skydiving, how much time you have, how much money you have and how strong your nerves are, there are three methods of entering the world of skydiving, and we're here to help you with that first step...

A short description of each method can be found below:

1. Tandem Skydive (£250)

2. Static Line Parachcute Jump (from £250)

3. Accelerated Free Fall Jump (AFF) (from £375)


Tandem Skydive

A tandem skydive is the most popular way of finding out if skydiving is for you. Most people go down this route for their first jump as you'll be safely secured to a qualifed and highly experienced tandem instructor. After around just 30 mins of training, you'll get to jump from 10,000 - 15,000 feet and experience the thrill of freefall.

You'll love this type of skydive if...

You want an easy ride; you can enjoy the adrenaline rush when the door opens and you look down at the earth below with the wind rushing by, to then have your breath taken away as you freefall at 120 mph, and then enjoy the stunning views and serenity at 5,000 feet when your canopy opens, all while your instructor does all the hard work for you.

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Static Line Parachute Jump

A Static Line jump is a great way to experience a solo adrenaline rush and fly your own parachute from your very first jump. It can be done as a one off or as part of a course; an exciting step towards becoming a fully qualified skydiver. You can even do it as part of a charity skydive. You would complete a minimum of 6 hours ground training and then jump the following day weather permitting. You jump solo from a height of approximately 3,500 feet and your parachute deploys automatically. The canopy ride lasts 3 – 5 minutes where you are in complete control and are responsible for navigating yourself back to the ground. 

You'll love this type of skydive if...

You want to gain your skydiving qualification and you have time and want to spread the cost of learning to skydive. It is a great way to experience parachuting if you know you want to get your A licence but don't want the upfront expense of an Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) Course.

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Accelerated Free Fall Skydive (AFF)

The Accerlated Free Fall (AFF) is a great way of learning to skydive with continuity in as little as 8 jumps. Like the Static Line Course, you will complete a minimum of 6 hours ground training, but then you will jump with 2 instructors from 12,000 – 15,000 feet. You'll freefall for around 45 seconds – 1 minute and then deploy your canopy at 6,000 feet under the supervision of your instructors. As with Static Line, the canopy ride lasts 3 – 5 minutes where you are in complete control and are responsible for navigating yourself back to the ground. There are three options for the AFF course - you can sign up for just one skydive - your AFF Level 1 Skydive, or you can book the Full AFF Course (consisting of 8 jumps), and finally, you can book the Gold Package, which gives your the full course of 8 jumps as well as 10 consolidation jumps, leading to your A licence.

You'll love this type of skydive if...

You are eager to gain your skydiving qualification and have the time and money to spend a few consecutive days at the DZ learning and jumping.

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Which Jump Option is right for me? 

Before you pick an option, think about your reasons for skydiving, your financial situation as well as the time that you can afford, and think about the experience that you will gain from each course...and then pick one. Whichever method you choose, you will have an out of this world experience and you won't regret it. 

The three options above are all regulated by the British Parachute Association and are designed with safety in mind.