Static Line Parachute Jump in LincolnshireSKU: 40600
Description of Static Line Parachute Jump in LincolnshireIf you want to skydive on your own, Static Line Parachuting is a perfectly fine alternative to the Accelerated Freefall course. In order to perform your first solo parachute, you will need one full day of ground training in which you will jump from an altitude of 4,000ft. You parachute will open automatically by a static-line connected to the plane, which means there is no freefall involved. Once your parachute is open, you can fly the canopy and land it yourself.
If after your first jump, you decide you want to continue the adventure and go even further, we offer a longer course that consists on a six-jump package. As you make progress, you will jump from higher altitudes and will be able to do freefall skydiving at the end of the lessons.
All your jumps will be on your own, although you will always be supervised by a British Parachute Association (BPA) qualified instructor who will follow you on exit and on the descent out of the aircraft.
Static Line Parachuting is a great activity for groups. Our courses usually have up to 12 people and are ideal for friends, charity events and team building exercises. That’s why we offer special packages for groups. If you have any questions, get in touch with us today and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
• One full day of ground training
• The first static-line parachute jump
• Provisional membership to the British Parachute Association