We said goodbye to ” Charlie Papa ” our third porter which was a -20 Turbine as it doesnt fit with the philosophy of the dropzone due to its speed . We are pleased to support Skydive Lillo leasing it to them. This means we are reduced to 2 full time Porters  but no worries …  Today we flew 45 full loads in our 34 s  and the average climb rate to 13000feet was 2000 fpm  ( no bull ! ) , its a rocketship and by far the fastest in Spain.  Perhaps this is because its not limited in anyway in power . In any event the freefly event is going along great with a ton of Spanish and UK skydivers taking advantage of our load organising and coaching.  All our AFF students graduated and our returning guests from recent AFF courses got in the fun jumps also.  It was really nice to see the 2 aircraft work so well together , thanks to Aimee´s hard  but very efficent work in the manifest.  We didnt notice that the dropzone did 50 tandems today also as there were virtually no wait times.

The coming days will see more freefly training camp days and also 15 people take part in our AFF Instructors programme from the ”  Instructors Academy ” . During the next 2 weeks our delegates will be go through the USPA coach and AFF instructors programme .  Our philosophy in these courses is simple , to ensure top quality instruction for qualified candidates and  to ensure the costs are appropriate, we dont agree with the price inflation that has seen people pay in excess of 1000 euros for a ” few ” skydives.   We will have regular AFF Academy weeks in both Madrid and …. due to recruiting an AFF course director to the team. Wanne be an AFF instructor but scared of the cost ? Give us a call..

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Jun 09

British Armed forces training.

The Freefall Uni having been audited by the RAF and approved as a contractor to the British Armed forces recently played host to an official expedition from the Army foundation College . 13 Soldiers completed the BPA A License 18 jump course ( Hybrid: Tunnel + Sky ) in 4 days of Jumping.

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