AFF – a jump from 4,000 m with delayed opening of the parachute. Several dozen seconds of free fall and a few minutes of descent with an open parachute. The most popular form of practicing parachuting at both amateur and competitive levels. Also used by special forces.
If you want to feel a 55-second drop from a height of 4000 meters, then a few-minute flight on an open parachute, AFF training is just for you. AFF is an acronym for Accelerated Freefall. The AFF training will prepare you in a professional, safe, understandable, effective and quick way to perform parachute jumps on your own.
The course includes:
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THE COURSE HAS THREE STAGES
we start with the theoretical part in which you will learn what it is all about (learning the falling
position, the basics of air movement, parachute control, landing as well as emergency
The practical part ‘on the ground’
the next stage is the practical part on the ground, which includes learning the correct figure
during free fall, training in a harness, opening the parachute and leaving the plane.
Practical part in the air
the last, most anticipated and exciting element is the practical part in the air, which is standing in
the door of a plane flying at an altitude of 4,000 meters, communication with instructors,
jumping out of the plane, 55-second free fall, parachute opening, open parachute flight and safe
Sounds great, but it’s not the end of the training. We learn throughout the course (during which you will perform 10 jumps with instructors / instructor), as well as after its completion. You make the first two jumps with the assistance of two instructors, the next ones with one. Each jump will be filmed and then analyzed together with the instructor. As part of the course, our parachute school will take you to the wind tunnel where you will feel what is a slow fall at a speed of 200 km / h. The question is, what after the course, where will I jump? After completing the course, you will still be a jumper student and can perform jumps by yourself, but under the constant supervision of an instructor. Our parachute school offers further opportunities to develop and perform jumps in the place where your adventure with parachuting began. Performing 50 parachute jumps will allow you to take the PJ (B) parachute jumper qualification exam, then you will become an independent jumper. Until then, you will be under the watchful eye of our qualified instructors who are still at your disposal.