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AFF / Solo Skydiving

Commonly abbreviated "AFF.", this training discipline is where certified instructors accompany the student in freefall holding onto the student's harness at first while the student demonstrates certain skills. It can be compared to learning to ride a bike with training wheels. 

Training
Since the student is wearing his own parachute, he must be trained to handle emergency procedures as well as landing procedures. AFF training consists of a several hour ground course, and the first jump can often be accomplished the same day.

How Does It Work?
Student exits the aircraft with two USPA AFF Instructors and freefall together for 30 to 50 seconds, depending on jump altitude, typically 13,000 feet. Instructors maintain grip on the student's harness to provide in-air instruction and assist with stability if necessary.

The student opens his own parachute by 4,500 feet and pilots it to the landing area.Cost
AFF first-jump training and the jump requires more support from the staff than the other methods and is priced accordingly.  Our ground school costs $120.00 and each AFF jump costs $169.00 or $189.00.

Options/Other
We also offer video of the freefall and landing.