• Choose From 7 Locations
  • Jump from 12,000ft Solo
  • Jump alongside 2 Instructors
  • Includes 6 hours Ground Training

Best Price £439.00


With the AFF Level 1 Course you will experience the thrill of jumping from an aeroplane from a height of around 12,000ft solo, there will be two instructors at your side who jump with you. After a minute of freefall with your instructors you will deploy the parachute when your instructors will leave your side. You will then glide back down towards the landing area via radio assistance. This is a truly fantastic skydiving experience and is also part one of an eight level course that can lead to you becoming a qualified skydiver!

The day starts with six hours of ground instruction where you will be taught all you need to know in order to safely jump out of a plane without an instructor strapped to you. You will learn about exits, altitude awareness and the control of the parachute. Two instructors will jump alongside you and stay by your side, you will converse with them using hand signals that you learned in your training. After around 7000ft of freefall you will deploy your parachute and glide in towards the landing zone. Radio assistance is given during your descent and landing if necessary. This is Level One of an Eight Level course if you want to continue and become a qualified skydiver.

Restrictions
Minimum Age: 16 (16 & 17 year olds need written consent from parent or guardian)
Maximum Age: 50+ are generally not accepted for this jump
Maximum Weight: Varies at centres, generally – 12-15 stone

Duration
The AFF Level 1 Course can be completed in a day but it is more usual for it to run over two days, please check with the centre when booking.

What to Wear / Equipment
The course fee includes P6 membership to the British Parachute Association, third party insurance, all instruction, hire of parachutes, helmets, radios, altimeters, overalls, your aircraft ride and your jump. If it’s a cold day wrap up warm but not too bulky as you will wear the jumpsuit over your clothes. On a hot day a t-shirt and trousers/shorts are ample. Trainers are recommended; do not wear any open shoes such as sandals.

  • Cirencester (Gloucestershire)
  • Grange over Sands (Cumbria)
  • Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
  • Ashford (Kent)
  • Netheravon (Wiltshire)
  • Honiton (Devon)
  • Saint Agnes (Cornwall)

This video shows excerpts from AFF Level 1-7