Learn to Skydive through the Accelerated Freefall Program: an in-depth training program with certified instructors who will teach you the secrets of solo human flight.
Commonly called “AFF”, this course is designed by the United States Parachute Association to teach you all of the necessary skills and knowledge for solo human flight. Upon completion of this program, you will be certified to skydive alone and work towards the coolest license that earth (and sky) has to offer!
What to Expect
A challenging and thrilling skydiving experience.
Skilled instructors teaching you the art of solo human and canopy flight!
In-depth and progressive training.
Skydive from 13,000 feet with your own parachute.
Freefall for about 60 thrilling seconds alongside instructors.
4 – 6 minutes of breathtaking canopy flight on your own.
Upon successful completion of the training program, you will earn status as a solo skydiver!
Endless bragging rights.
Want to know more about the AFF Program? Check out the AFF Program Overview.
What to Know and Bring
Must be 18 years old and show government issued photo identification.
Must weigh less than 225 pounds.
Learning to skydive is lots of fun, but can be physically and mentally challenging. You must be in good shape and ready to learn!
You are learning a challenging new sport! Plan to dedicate some time!
You can skydive with your glasses, but we recommend contact lenses, in-expensive glasses and/or eyewear retainers just in case.
Wear appropriate clothing AND footwear! Comfortable clothing and tennis shoes are best. No flip-flops, high heels or large boots!
Bring food and water to sustain you during the day.
Have more questions about AFF Skydiving? Visit our FAQS!
A tandem skydive is recommended first as an introduction to freefall, but is not required.