AFF is an acronym for Accelerated FreeFall, and identifies the fastest and most effective method to learn skydiving.
The method of the AFF course is designed for beginners, so Level I can perfectly be your first skydive experience, although we recommend doing a tandem jump before the course to test the sensation of freefall, and know if you really like it and what it feels.
By regulations of the Royal Spanish Aeronautical Federation, a basic Medical Certificate will be requested to verify that the student is in good health.
The minimum age allowed is 16 years old. Minors under 18 must have the consent of the father, mother or legal guardian. The consent must be signed at our DZ.
To solo jump, you must finish the ground school training and pass the 7 levels of jumps of the AFF skydiving course.
In general and in normal conditions between 3-4 days of jumps, depending on your availability. Although everything depends on you, your personal conditions and also the weather. Ideally, you should try to do it as often as possible, the rhythm is up to you!
We do not have fixed start dates for courses. Our skydiving center has two DZ’s with extensive opening hours throughout the year, operating both on weekdays, as well as on weekends and holidays, so we have instructors available all those days to jump with students, only you have to choose a date and book it with us.
You only need to come with comfortable clothes and sports shoes. In winter, we recommend that you come prepared with gloves, pants and a long-sleeved fleece shirt and a jacket to keep warm between jumps.
During the course, we will provide you with all the necessary material and equipment (jump suit, helmet, goggles, altimeter, radio and parachute).
The average of a student is three jumps a day. Skydiving produces a great adrenaline rush and makes us get to know “new” muscles in our body. In addition, you not only tired physically, but also mentally, as it requires great concentration and mental relaxation. The longer you have been jumping and more jumps you have made, the greater number of jumps you can perform in the same day.
In general, students usually do the course in 7 jumps. Those who repeat, the average is one or two repetitions. It does not have to be your case, but you must take it into account, since the repetitions, if any, are paid separately and are not included in the price of the course.
Yes! By passing all 7 levels you will be a graduated skydiver, although you will still be considered a “consolidation student” and your consolidation jumps will be supervised by an instructor until you reach A License.
The consolidation jumps are those that you make alone after completing the AFF course. During these jumps you will continue to receive instruction in flight techniques, as well as training by an instructor to help you gain confidence and improve your skills in freefall to obtain the A license. This license is the one that will allow you to start jumping with other skydivers and enjoy our sport to the max.