We do our best to try and not make people wait for long times, or waste a day waiting for better weather that might not come. If our local area is experiencing bad weather and we know for a fact we cannot jump, we call each person and attempt to reschedule them. If the weather is going to be iffy, […]
You’ll want to arrive no later than the time your reservation is for. You are welcome to show up a bit early to get a head start on the paperwork if you like. Just be aware that arriving early doesn’t mean you’ll get in the air faster.
Dress comfortably for the weather. Make sure to wear or bring sneakers or flat sole shoes, as you will not be permitted to jump on open-toed shoes, sandals, flip flops, shoes with heels or barefoot.
For a tandem jump, plan for a minimum of 3 hours of training and preparation.
Definitely not. Skydiving is a serious sport and requires that both instructor and student to be at 100%!!! If you show up with signs of intoxication or if we suspect impairment of any kind (even if it’s from the night before), for your own safety you WILL NOT be allowed to make your skydive and will forfeit your deposit.
Essentially all you need is government issued photo ID and a payment method if you haven’t yet paid in full. Cameras are fine, but keep in mind that you can’t take anything with you during your jump on account of it being a safety hazard. We’ll have a photographer and videographer to document your jump, and […]