This is our BEST VALUE PACKAGE to get you there. This package starts off with basic training in our Solo First Jump Course.
We then take you all the way through your freefall training, finishing with graduation to your very own Canadian Sport Parachute Association Solo License.
This program will allow you to learn to jump on your own and to obtain your Solo License. The program is very well structured and has proven itself over the years. All of the jumps are made from 11,500 ft or higher with certified professional instructors.
-In order to join our PFF program, you need to have completed our First Jump Course in the past 3 months.
-Each level must be completed within 3 months of the last.
For the level one, you will be accompanied by two instructors, who will hold you by your sides during the aircraft exit.
The three main objectives of your first jump are:
1. Having a stable body position;
2. Respond correctly to signals from the instructor;
3. Have good awareness of the altitude to know when to open your parachute.
Level 2 - 3
For levels 2 through 3, you will be accompanied by two instructors, who will hold you by your sides during the aircraft exit. The main freefall objectives of these jumps are to learn a stable body position, heading control, altitude awareness and main parachute deployment.
Level 4 - 6
For levels 4 through 6, you will jump with one instructor. The aircraft exits will vary depending on the jump. The instructor will ensure that you are aware of the altitude and will guide you by using hand signals.
On the level 7 you will be able to fly on your own. You will make a solo jump to perfect your body position and prepare for the final exam.
For the level 8, you will practice a stable emergency aircraft exit from 5000 ft.
Level 9 is your SOLO check out jump. You will need to demonstrate an unstable exit (a flip) and a figure 8 in freefall. Our cameraman will film your jump, which will be then analyzed by your instructor. You will leave with a DVD video of your skydive!
You are required to pass each level in order to access the next one.
All of the jumps are made from a minimum altitude of 11,500 ft., except your level 8, which is done from an altitude of 5,000 ft.
Also includes training in:
-Understanding of weather + its effects of a parachute
-Aircraft seating + loading
-Rear riser turns
-Assisted + Unassisted landings
-And much, much, more...
During student skydiver progression, all students will be under the care and attention of a licensed, certified CSPA instructor. All levels include on-going training including but not limited to gear inspections, weather assessments, aircraft spotting, exit/freefall techniques and landing/canopy accuracy techniques. Training is individual and is often adapted for each student. Focus is always on what is needed for the individual. Safety will always come first.
Paying all at once
Solo First Jump Course
$199 per person (Included)
$339 each (Included)
$239 each (Included)
$139 each (Included)
Emergency Procedures Review
Solo CoP Fee
PFF Package Deal
Terms and Conditions
*This package includes 10 skydives. There are 10 mandatory jumps to do for the Solo License. If the student skydiver is unable to complete his or her Solo License within the 10 jumps, then more jumps must be purchased in order to complete the Solo License at the prices shown below.
Re-Do Rate for Deal Holders
We are proud members of the Canadian Sport Parachute Association and therefore offer a complete licensing program that is recognized worldwide. Our dedicated coaches and instructors will guide you confidently into the surreal world of group freefall and $35 skydives.