2. What is Accelerated Free Fall?
Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) is your quickest route to becoming a certified skydiver. For approximately 60 seconds of each jump, you will be accompanied and guided by expert instructors. Most AFF skydiving is done from about 15,000 feet.
3. How will I know how I am doing in the AFF Course?
After each skydive, our instructors debrief you on the jump. Depending on the vendor, you will also be offered videos of each jump. The videos give you a visual of how you are doing, and you will want to keep the entire video set in order to record the exciting journey to your skydiving certification.
4. What does freefalling feel like?
Free Falling feels like you are hovering on a cushion of air. You experience a buoyancy similar to floating in water, but the freefall thrill is infinitely greater. You have got to experience a Pennsylvania Skydive!
5. After I open my parachute, will it be easy to find the landing zone and fly the parachute to the target landing area?
Yes, it should be relatively easy to both find the landing zone and to fly your parachute to the designated area. However, it does depend on the skill of the student.
And, to make things even easier, an instructor will talk you down via a radio mounted on your gear.
Also, you will have a terrific time flying our canopies across the sky at approximately 20 mph.
For any Other Questions or Concerns
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Skydiving operators who are affiliated with Skydive Pennsylvania may or may not be inside the state of Pennsylvania. Please give Skydive Pennsylvania a call now at 1-888-519-2719 to find the nearest skydiving operator.