Here are our FAQ’s:
Do I need to bring Photo ID?
Yes! You have to be 18yrs or older to fill out our waiver. Bring ID!
Can I bring my own Camera?
No, due to numerous safety reasons you cannot jump with your own camera. You are welcome to bring your own camera for the airplane ride up. The view is absolutely amazing.
How fast do I freefall?
Freefall averages 120 miles per hour or 176ft per second.
Are the landings hard?
Normally there is less impact than jumping off a chair.
What clothing should I wear?
Dress in casual seasonably comfortable clothing like pants or shorts (not white) and t-shirt. Sports shoes are recommended.
Is there a weight limit?
Yes, we can safely take someone up to 230 lbs for a tandem. Those over 215 lbs it is important that they are physically fit.
Are there any age limitations?
You must be 18 years old and show a valid ID. There is no upper age limit as long as you are healthy.
Can we jump any day?
As long as we are open and the weather is above VFR (Visual Flight Rules) and safe minimums. Clouds, rain and wind may cause some delays depending on the severity.
What if my parachute doesn’t open?
By FAA regulation, all intentional parachute jumps must be made with a single harness, dual parachute system with both a main and a secondary, or reserve, parachute. Basically, if one doesn’t work, you have another one. The reserve parachutes are inspected and repacked every 180 days by an FAA-certified rigger whether they’ve been used or not.
What if something happens to my instructor?
Our tandem gear is equipped with an AAD (Automatic Activation Device) which will deploy the reserve parachute at a preset altitude.
Can I breathe in freefall?
Yes, however the excitement may leave you breathless!
What does it feel like?
We cannot describe the unique sensations you will feel, but we will tell you that it will be your most exhilarating experience yet!
How long do I freefall?
You will freefall for around 30 seconds.
Will I be scared?
It is normal to be apprehensive about jumping from an airplane. The airplane ride up is typically where most students feel the most anxiety, but few jumpers report feeling anything but exhilaration once they’ve left that door!
What height will we jump from?
You will jump from around 9,000ft above the ground.