-Solo (IAD Method)-
Pricing and Info
Instructor Assisted Deployment
IAD (Instructor-Assisted Deployment) is a method of training in which the instructor initiates deployment of the student's parachute when the student jumps from the plane. IAD is a good method for those that think they might want to become licensed skydivers, or for folks that want to take more responsibility on their first jump. The IAD ground school class is usually around 4-6 hours. After the course is complete, you will gear up and fly to an altitude of 4000 feet. Once you exit the aircraft your parachute will be deployed after a short 2-3 second fall. You will then fly and land it!
To become a licensed skydiver, you need a minimum of 25 jumps (tandem jumps also count towards this number) and to complete the USPA's progression card.
First Jump Course and Solo Skydive: $280
Returning Tandem Student Discount: $255
IAD First Jump Courses are taught year-round.
Availability is limited at this time due to instructors' schedules,
but there is a waitlist you can join below.
Feel free to email email@example.com for more detailed info about our IAD solo skydiving and what you can do to prepare.
IAD STUDENT SOLO SKYDIVE PRICING:
IAD Category A2-B: $145
IAD Category C-E: $140
IAD Category F-H: $130
FJC- First Jump Course
IAD- Instructor Assisted Deployment
Requirements to make
an IAD jump:
Must be at least 18 years old (NO EXCEPTIONS)
Weight Limit: Must be under 200lb.
Government issued photo I.D. is required
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE APPT. FOR FJC
(Waitlist will receive an email when spots open up)
- Link only available to students that have been scheduled-
NOTICE: Skydiving is a very physical activity, so if you are not in good physical condition, you may not want to skydive. It requires strength, very good flexibility, and the ability to bend, fall, and roll on the ground if necessary.