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Learn to skydive

LEARN TO SKYDIVE

AFF (Accelerated Freefall) COURSE Special Price: $1795 

The AFF Course is a 9 stage program designed for those interested in becoming involved in skydiving as a sport.

Stage 1 comprises of a full day’s ground training course commencing at 8.00am and running until 5pm. The first jump is usually carried out the next day.

Following the successful completion of Stage 1 you will gradually progress through the rest of the training table. Each new stage requires a 20 minute briefing with an instructor. The aims of each individual stage must be met, and you must be able to demonstrate the required freefall skills in order to progress to the next stage.

Each stage will be carried out from an altitude up to 13,000 feet except for Stage 9, which is a lower altitude jump carried out from a minimum altitude of 4,000 feet.

For next available start date for Stage 1 press our BOOK NOW button.

Ground training course and Stage 1 jump $395
Stage 2 and Stage 3 $315 per stage
Stages 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 $225 per stage
Stage 9 $100
Total: $2250

Pay only $1795 (if paid in full and upfront)

Ideally you should plan to do at least 2 jumps each time you come to the DZ. This will greatly aid in improving your skills and confidence. Currency is of the utmost importance in skydiving. When you start out in skydiving you need to jump at the very minimum every 2-3 weeks (ideally each week) to be considered “current”. Some jumps, for example Stages 3 and 4, are recommended to be done on the same day.

NOTE: If you leave long periods of time between jumps you will need to be re-assessed by an instructor with regard to your suitability to jump. If the instructor deems that it is not safe for you to jump you will need to arrange to do a refresher Course at another time, or even to repeat the AFF ground training phase.

‘A’ LICENCE: The AFF course goes towards your A Licence, the first internationally recognized licence. Due to accuracy and other licence requirements an “A” licence is usually achieved in around 15-20 jumps.