Want to experience Free Fall from jump 2?
With an AFF education, after only 8 jumps (1 static line and 7 AFF jumps), you can jump solo from 4,000 meters.
"AFF is an abbreviation for Accelerated Free Fall. With AFF training, you jump straight into all the excitement of the sport, as it allows you to jump solo from 4,000 meters starting from your second jump! A jump from 4,000 meters is the typical maximum altitude in Denmark and provides a freefall time of approximately 45-60 seconds. However, you are not alone, as two trained AFF instructors accompany you. They literally hold onto you all the way down until it's time for you to deploy your parachute!"
The first step of the training is a solo course where you receive all the necessary theory and practice to start as a skydiver. The first jump is a static line jump from 1,000 meters altitude, where the parachute is automatically deployed by this line.
Before the first jump, you receive theory and practice on the ground with your two AFF instructors, covering everything that the jump entails, until both you and the instructors feel comfortable with it. The AFF training is structured in levels (1-8), where each level teaches you new skills and improves upon what you have already practiced. In short, it gradually builds upon general skills ranging from maintaining stability in the air when deploying your parachute to performing loops in the air.
The specific skills and requirements to pass each level are predetermined. You will have two AFF instructors with you during the jump until you pass Level 3. From Level 4 to 7, you will have one AFF instructor with you, and on Level 8, you will be ready to jump solo.
Throughout the training, your AFF instructors will go through each jump with you beforehand and provide feedback afterward. And don't worry, in the beginning, there will also be an instructor on the ground who will communicate with you via radio until you have learned to fly the parachute and land safely on your own.
In the AFF training, you will receive instruction in both freefall techniques, equipment handling, and canopy control.
*A few things can influence whether it is possible to go through with the jump. Read more about that under 'Condition for Solo skydiving' further down on this page.BOOK AFF - CONTACT US NOW