Skydive Training

FAQ

Is there a weight limit to do AFF?
Yes, you must be 250 or under.

Are there any physical requirements to do AFF?
You need to be in good physical and mental condition in order to go through AFF. If you have any concerns on your eligibility to join the program please give us a call.

Am I required to do a Tandem Skydive prior to signing up for AFF?
Although we do not require a Tandem Skydive for your first jump we do recommend it. A Tandem skydive can serve as a good base and learning tool to understand the principles of body position and how to exit an aircraft safely.

Do I need a reservation?
Yes, we schedule the ground schools at specific times and days. You can sign up for your First Jump Course here (link to Burble’s calendar) and select any of our training packages on arrival.

What happens if the weather is bad on the day of my ground school?
Class is held rain or shine, the ground portion of the training contains a lot of information so even if you can’t jump that day you will spend your day learning.

Why does it take so long to do the ground school?
Unlike when doing a Tandem Skydive you are solely responsible and will be in control of your own parachute at all times. Your training will include emergency procedures, proper parachute piloting and landing, and freefall safety. You can expect the ground school for your First Jump Course to take approximately 4-6 hours.

How long does it take to get your license?
It’s entirely up to you. Some people take months to complete the program while some take several weekends to do so. Time, money, and weather are all factors that determine how long it will take.

What do I need to bring to my First Jump Course?
A valid photo ID, loose comfortable clothing, and a pair of sneakers.

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