Learn to Skydive
AFF - Accelerated Freefall
What is AFF?
AFF, accelerated freefall, is a Skydiving training method where certified instructors accompany the student in freefall holding onto the student's harness.
"It can be compared to learning to ride a bike with training wheels."
AFF - The best way to becoming a qualified skydiver
AFF training consists of a 6-8 hour ground course followed by a written test, and eight levels.
After passing Level 7 you are allowed to jump on your own and start to work towards obtaining your skydiving license.
Since the student is wearing his own parachute, he must be trained to handle:
Emergency procedures (aircraft, freefall, landing)
You will be briefed on skills to be achieved and debriefed on your performance every jump.
All jumps are filmed, and the free-of-charge footage is used to provide you feedback.
The AFF Levels
You have tasks to do at every level to be able to advance to the next level. One level means one jump if you meet the requirements.
For smooth learning and safety, the levels are divided as:
Levels with two Instructors
L1 - Adaptation to the skydiving environment
L2 - Preparation for heading maintenance
L3 - Heading and hover maintenance
Levels with one instructor
L4 - Start and Stop turns
L5 - Start and Stop 360º turns
L6 & L7 - Controlled unassisted freefall performing:
Back Flips and/or Barrel Rolls
Opening at the proper altitude
L8 – Solo unassisted jump below 5000 ft
Get a free edited video of your jumps
at the end of the course.
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