When will I jump?

After you have done your paperwork and ground training, your jump will be scheduled. The timing will depend on your arrival time, the weather, and the size of your group. Plan to spend up to 1-2 hours as it may take time.

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Where will we land our parachute?

Our landing area is right next to our Skydiving facility on the airport. Once you land your parachute you can walk right back into facility and you’re done. This also makes it ideal if you have friends and family coming out to watch you skydive. They can watch your entire experience all the way from [...]

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What should I wear? What about my glasses/contacts?

You should dress in comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and wear shoes that will not fall off and don’t have hooks. No hiking boots, flip flops, or sandals. We will supply goggles that can go over glasses if needed. Contacts are fine, just make sure that your instructor is aware of them so that you get [...]

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What if I have a disability?

You should be able to skydive with almost any type of disability. If you have any medical problems, please ask your doctor if skydiving is okay. Also, tell your instructor ahead of time of any issues, particularly if you have back or joint problems. If you have any physical disabilities that we are unsure of, [...]

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