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Fun, inclusive and beyond professional, best place to learn to skydive

The Freefall University Rated 5 by: alilscott on 2016-06-29

Pros: Too many to list in a small box
Cons: The afternoon winds can restrict the AFF students from jumping

I'd done 13 static line RAPS jumps years before and found it very hard and terrifying so was very nervous coming to this.

Phil instructs the ground school with an amazing amount of enthusiasm and energy and covers all the required prep very well.

The instructors in the AAF jumps (Adi, Bryn, Mike and more) couldn't have done more to help me relax; their experience, calm demeanours and professionalism were essential to helping anyone with more than a few nerves remain composed, put their best foot forward and really enjoy the experience!

By the end of 7 days of jumping we'd not only got our AAF license but also our formation licenses - with instructors going to such lengths as cancelling their Friday night plans to drive us to the wind tunnel in Madrid and stay with us till 11.30pm and then jumping repeatedly without breaks knowing we were on a deadline to ensure we got them all in - thank you Adi and Lewis!

Between jumps the cafe/bar provides tasty food of good value and the manifest plays some ground songs to relax to. Huge credit should also be given to the packers and pilots who ensure the smooth running operation that allows you to get so many jumps in.

We couldn't have been better trained, felt more looked after or had more fun, honestly, and I've already booked a week in September to go back and jump more, so if you want to go somewhere to learn to skydive, do more advanced courses or just jump for fun, this is definitely the place to do it

(Review ID:9084)