Oct 11, 2012, 9:41 AM
Post #1 of 7
Dropzone advice for a newbie!
hi guys, my name is leo and i am from vienna (austria). im thinking about starting with skydiving for about a year. since ive got some free time now, some money that i saved for that purpose and a great amount of motivation i decided to make my dream come true :D unfortunately its already cold in austria and all skydiving schools are closed. thats where i need some help of you guys! where could i travel to make my aff course? i thought of dubai for example. the dz looks pretty cool and ratings seem to be good too. one con is the price though, its pretty expensive! are there any other (maybe not too far away) spots i could check out? maybe spain or so? blue skies and greetings from vienna
Oct 12, 2012, 5:22 AM
Post #5 of 7
Re: [fencks] Dropzone advice for a newbie!
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Couple of places in Spain that are likely to be a lot warmer for you and probably not that expensive to fly to. They're used to international jumpers too so will be able to offer probably a choice of languages or at least English, which clearly you speak very well.
Oct 12, 2012, 4:10 PM
Post #6 of 7
Re: [mr2mk1g] Dropzone advice for a newbie!
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thanks man! i just spend the last two days looking for the right dz and i think its going to be skydive spain. email already went out seems to be a good dz. does anyone have some experiences with skydive spain he would like to share?
Cheap, close to the DZ, appartment style rooms with fridge/cooker etc. You'll need a rental car though as the DZ is a short drive away and there aren't any hotels close enough to the DZ to get away without a car.