• Choose from 9 locations with this voucher
  • Jump solo from a plane at 3,500ft
  • Parachute opens automatically
  • It’s up to you to guide your parachute down to ground

Best Price £230.00

Static Line Parachute Jump (RAPS)

The RAPS (Ram-Air Progression System) course is a two day static line parachute course at the end of which you will jump, on your own, from an airplane. Who needs an instructor strapped to them? That’s for wimps! You will receive full training before your jump, upon exiting the aircraft your parachute will be automatically deployed by the static line. Once the parachute is open and you have performed your safety checks, you will fly your parachute to the landing area and a safe landing. This is a fantastic course with a real sense of achievement at the end. The RAPS course gives a qualification leading to solo free fall.

On the first day you will receive all of your ground training on equipment, aircraft exit, parachute control and landing. On the second day it is all about the jump! The plane will take you up to a height of 3,500ft. When you jump the static line will automatically deploy the advanced ram air square parachute. You will then, under the guidance of your instructor who you have radio contact with, fly your parachute to the landing area. Simple! You can arrange on the day, if you wish, to continue with further jumps…Within another six to ten jumps you could be qualified to begin solo free fall!

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

A reasonable, but not high degree of fitness and agility is required for solo skydiving. All students must be within their recommended Body Mass Index (height in proportion to weight)

On the day of the jump ALL skydivers will be required to complete the British Parachute Association Student Parachutist Declaration of Fitness.

If you are over 40, or have a medical condition that may affect your ability to freefall or parachute safely, you will require a doctor’s certificate to be completed in advance.

You should allow two full days to complete this course.

What to Wear
All specialist equipment such as helmet, goggles and jumpsuit will be provided. 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.
Goggles fit comfortably over your glasses, and contact lenses are no problem. If you are disabled this does not mean you cannot skydive.

Spectators are welcome and facilities such as refreshments & toilets will be available at the centre.

Skydiving is weather dependent, however the first day will go ahead as planned as it is classroom based. Please call the centre before you leave on the morning of your jump to check weather conditions are suitable.

The Static Line Parachute Jump is available throughout the year depending on the weather.

  •     Cirencester (Gloucestershire)
  •     Durham (Durham)
  •     Grange over Sands (Cumbria)
  •     Lincoln (Lincolnshire)
  •     March (Cambridgeshire)
  •     Netheravon (Wiltshire)
  •     Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
  •     Whitchurch (Shropshire)
  •     Swindon (Wiltshire)