AFF: Learn to Skydive
AFF is an acronym for Accelerated Freefall. This method of skydiving is the fastest way for you to earn a United States Parachute Association (USPA) “A” license which allows you to skydive on your own at most drop zones in the world. During this method of skydiving, you will NOT be attached to an instructor.
Prior to your skydive, you will attend a ground school class lasting approximately six hours. This class will focus on the basic skills you will need to successfully complete an AFF Skydive. Once you have completed ground school training, you will be ready to skydive. On your first AFF jump, two certified instructors will accompany you during freefall to assist you through your practiced routine. After your parachute is deployed, you will apply what you learned in class to pilot your canopy to the landing area. Need more information? Check out our Skydiving School and AFF Pricing pages.
YOUR FIRST AFF JUMP
On your first AFF Skydive, two Certified AFF Instructors will keep you stable during exit and freefall and will stay with you until your parachute is deployed. Learn more about our Skydiving School and Student Program Prices.
After successfully completing 7 skydives and passing Categories A-E, you will be able to leave the plane without freefall supervision. Complete the proper training and a total of 25 skydives to earn your "A" License. Student Program Pricing.
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