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Pacific Skydivers

Average Rating: 4.85
4.85 out of 5 based on 13 user reviews

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Pitt Meadows Airport (CYPK)
Lat: 49.2151302459857
Lng: -122.705268859863

Pitt Meadows Airport- North side, Hangars 12-14
Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada, British Columbia V3Y 2B3

604.465.7210 (fax)
http://www.skydivethecity  (6373 Hits)

Last Updated: 2014-03-11
C-182, C-205

Training: , Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

Tandem: 239 CAD
Video: 99 CAD
Jump Ticket: 35 CAD to 10500 ft


Open 7 days/week year round, weather permitting. Camping & showers available, Sorry - no dogs allowed. Only 35km from Vancouver. Scenic views of Vancouver and mountains from altitude.


  • Gear Rentals
  • Gear Sales
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Accuracy Tuffet
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Bar
  • Camping
  • Showers

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Pacific Skydivers Rated 5 by: bjohnston on 2014-01-05

Pros: Tremendous staff and location
Cons: none

Very professional, friendly and encouraging to first timers. Scenery is absolutely amazing - mountains, lakes, Fraser river. Airport has restaurant -good home-cooking! Photos and/or videos of your jump make it a great memory.
(Review ID:8317)

Vancouvers closest and best DZ. Awesome staff and fun vibe

Pacific Skydivers Rated 5 by: vancitynurse on 2011-05-29

Pros: Awesome vibe with great staff, large top of the line rentals for students, loads of space to camp, showers, very close t
Cons: packing area can get a little busy on a hopping weekend, outhouses

I took my GFF course with the guys and gals at Pacific Skydivers and it was amazing. The quality of the staff is top notch. The aircraft are great for a smaller drop zone and they have a wonderful chuck of airport to work with. The landing area is large and accommodates both swoopers and beginners alike. They have covered space for packing and if you are starting out they have tons of rental packs to jump with. Close to Vancouver it is easy to get to and from and is a great point to make your base if operations. Deff recommend you come and check these guys out if you are coming to Van!
(Review ID:6437)

First boogie, awsome staff, friendly Canadian atmosphere.

Pacific Skydivers Rated 5 by: BHawks on 2007-09-03

Pros: Friendly staff, awsome view, welcomed US jumpers
Cons: Those porta potties got nasty very fast

I attended my first boogie here, I am a low time A licensed jumper looking to expand my horizons, so I packed up my stuff and headed north over the "line" as the Canadians called it. I did my first three ways and jumps were I was turning points.

I came up solo I was made to feel almost at home, the Canadian jumpers put on a good show, a lot of freefliers at first so it was hard to find any belly fliers at first.

Team Guano was up there, sitting down drinking beer with some famous skydivers was a rare treat for me.

I definitely recommend the crew from West Coast Skyflyerz.

Awesome time.

(Review ID:4113)

My new home!

Pacific Skydivers Rated 5 by: mgoldade on 2007-06-06

Pros: King Air, Experienced Manifest, Coaching, Rigging
Cons: Not enough packing area on weekends.

The staff and owners here take great pride in their DZ. Deb & Ian make this a business with a great reputation and a great safety record! I have been fortunate enough to move to the area and this is my new home DZ. There are a great bunch of people with years of experience here. The only thing that is missing is room to pack on the weekends. Otherwise, this is the best DZ I have been to sofar! Thanks Ian & Deb!
(Review ID:3916)

Second time around for PFF

Pacific Skydivers Rated 5 by: perogie on 2007-05-16

Pros: King Air, Intructors, Owners
Cons: Porta potties

Awesome place to learn to skydive!!Instructors are "A" class and the dropzone gives off a very cool vibe to newbies. I started instruction at another dropzone but prefer the more thourough program at Pacific...King Air/ 12500'...There is no better way to make your first few jumps!
(Review ID:3862)

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