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Jumping in Germany


BasReith  (Student)

May 10, 2013, 2:13 PM
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Hi guys!

I'm from The Netherlands and I want to jump at Stadtlohn in Germany. It's not far from my house

Do I have to become a member of a national association or something? Or can I just go to Stadtlohn with my dutch papers?


UKKid35  (B License)

May 19, 2013, 2:41 AM
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Re: [BasReith] Jumping in Germany [In reply to] Can't Post

Last week I contacted Sky-Fun at Dahlemer-Binz about jumping in Germany, this was the reply:

Thank you for your request.
You're welcome to come to us for jumping. The charge reads as follows:
Height 4,000 meters 28, - per jump.
Simply come and bring your license.
Sincerely yours

No guarantee that Stadtlohn will be the same, but it's a start.

As it happens I'll be in the Netherlands next weekend, and I was hoping to jump near Heerlen and the best options should be Schaffen, but they had strange insurance concerns last time I tried, so I ended up jumping at Spa instead.

Your best plan is always to contact the DZ in advance and try to find out what the local issues are.

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