Static line parachute jumps

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Fancy throwing yourself out of a plane at 3,000 feet? It is called a static jump because you will be attached to a 'static line' that automatically opens the parachute when you exit the aircraft. 

This is a two-day course, spending the first day training and familiarising yourself with the equipment and aircraft, then taking the jump itself on the second day. 

If the weather prevents you from jumping, your training is valid for at least two months, giving you plenty of time to return to the centre to complete your jump. Completion of this training course is the first step to becoming a fully qualified skydiver and all students receive a British Parachute Association approved certificate. 

Static line jumps: the facts

  • Standard deposit fee: Between £60-£100, dependant on location.
  • Training/jump fees: Approximately £150.
  • Jump altitude: 3,000 feet.
  • Duration: Two days.
  • Jump: Solo
  • British Parachute Association approved certificate.
  • Perfect if you want to jump solo and also take the first steps towards jumping regularly. 

Register online to static line parachute jump

Age and weight restrictions

  • Age: 16 to 55 inclusive.
  • Weight: under 15 stone.

Jump all year round 

  • Seven days a week - pick the day you jump to suit you! 

  • From 22 locations throughout the UK, including three in Scotland and one in Northern Ireland.

Why should I join Team RNIB?

Join Team RNIB and jump for free! Training and jump are free if you raise at least £360, the minimum amount of sponsorship. As a member of Team RNIB you will receive:

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  • excellent customer care from the moment you register until after your challenge.

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