Static line (category system) is an affordable way to learn to skydive from only £179. After successfully completing 6 hours of ground training and meeting the required standard, you'll be ready to take to the sky...
Alternatively we also offer regular Accelerated Freefall Courses from £375. Our superb Beech 99 aircraft give us the advantage of jumping from flight level 150 giving you the most freefall for your money!
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You can take part in a SOLO Static Line jump for a worthy cause. Most charities will pay for the training and the 1st jump if you can raise a minimum amount for them; the standard minimum is £395 but some charities may ask for more. For full details see HERE or contact our Charity Team: email@example.com | 01404 890222.
There are a couple of ways to become a qualified skydiver; “Accelerated Freefall” or “Static Line”. Experienced qualified skydivers typically jump from the aircraft high enough to experience “Freefall” before opening their parachute by pulling a handle on their parachute equipment.
When carrying out a static line jump, your parachute is deployed (opened) automatically by a cord attached to the aircraft meaning you only experience a very short freefall and your parachute is deployed soon after leaving the aircraft. In the duration of this course you will complete at least 17 parachute jumps before achieving your qualification in skydiving.
The program starts with approximately 6 hours training on the ground. You will then be ready to take to the sky.
For weight restrictions please refer to the weight to height ratio chart. (Find your height on the chart, then check you are no heavier than the adjacent weight) Please call the office if you are over 14 stone, before booking.
The minimum age is 16 years and the maximum age is 55 years. If you are aged between 16 and 18 you must obtain a parent or guardians consent, on BPA form 106 (Parental Consent).
If you have any medical conditions (i.e. diabetes, epilepsy, fits, recurrent blackouts, heart or lung disease, mental illness or asthma) or will be aged between 40 and 55 on the day of your first jump, you must consult your GP to sign and stamp the BPA medical form 114-A(i) “Solo Student Parachutist Declaration of Fitness”. These forms are available on request, from our website, or will be sent to you with confirmation once a booking has been confirmed.
Wow... great school, huge sport jumping group, amazing progression programmes. And awesome 99's..! James, Feb 2015
We are running groundschools on the following dates, please call the office on 01404 890222 to book your place!