Learn to Skydive Solo

AFF Skydive

To skydive on your own at most drop zones in the world, you may earn a United States Parachute Association (USPA) “A” License at our Accelerated Freefall (AFF) Skydiving School. USPA has highly rated our ground school and in-air instructors.

To prepare for your first AFF jump, Certified Instructors provide six to eight hours of ground training. On that same day (weather permitting), you make your first jump with two instructors keeping you stable during exit. They stay with you as you deploy your parachute and guide you by radio as you pilot your canopy to the landing area. You’ll be debriefed about your jump and on your path toward your license.

Once you've started the student program, you must make at least one jump every 30 days to maintain currency. After completing seven skydives and mastering key skills, you will be able to leave the plane without freefall supervision.

The most basic certification and the ultimate in thrill jumping is achieving the “A” license. To advance past AFF status and achieve an “A” License, you must complete 25 freefall jumps, and 19 minutes of freefall time. All student jumps are from 13,500’, except for two mandated “low solo” jumps.

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Licensed Skydiving

If you are not sure whether you would like to start with a tandem or an AFF skydive, please contact us and we will help you make the choice that's right for you. Once you have started the student program, you must make a jump every 30 days in order to maintain currency.


Jim Edens

Jim Edens


Dear Ned,
I just wanted to express to you how much I enjoyed my tandem jump last Friday. The entire experience was great and well worth the trip to Orange (plus it was a great day to drive).
I was a Navy pilot for over 20 years (never had to jump from a plane) and fully appreciated the professionalism of your staff. I could tell they were extremely knowledgeable and safety conscious. In addition, and just as important — they made it fun. From the time I checked in with Crystal to the time I walked out, everyone was positive and making sure that I was having fun. Kevin, Mario, Lambert and Bobby kept my friend and I smiling the entire time — even as we exited the aircraft at 13,500 ft! I have shown the pictures and video at least 20 times in just a few days. Needless to say it was an experience I will talk about for some time.
Thanks again—You have a great team and operation!