Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) is a turbo-charged way to get into skydiving.
Other stuff you need to know
Age – from 18 years upwards.
Dress Code – something comfortable you would wear to exercise outside, and sports shoes.
Weight - maximum weight is 100kg.
Once you’ve completed the nine stages of the Accellerated Freefall course, you’ll
have your “A” licence and you’ll be ready to enjoy the exciting new world of skydiving!
This AFF course covers all aspects of your jump.
AFF makes use of modern training equipment and advanced training
techniques to put you in control of your skydive on the very first
A two day training course will be your launch-pad to your first
skydive, where you'll go straight to 10'000 feet with two
instructors beside you to make sure you enjoy your first skydive
The AFF training method has nine stages, with each jump teaching
you more skills on how to fly your body through the air. You're in
charge of the parachute ride too, as you fly your parachute under
the guidance of an instructor to landing.
On arrival day 1, you will be introduced to your course
instructor who is a highly experienced and accredited person within
the Australian Parachute Federation, whom throughout the day will
cover a broad range of topics all designed to make your jump as
safe and memorable as possible, ranging from the classroom covering
what will be required of you, to practical work covering safety and
your requirements whilst in freefall, under canopy and landing.
At the completion of day 1, you will be required to sit a
multiple choice exam from which you will then cover some of your
requirements for your first jump sequence that will be take place
on the second day.
On arrival day 2 (Sunday), once your exam has the tick of
approval, we move into some additional ground training from which
point you will be introduced to the AFF instructors that will be
accompanying you on your jump.