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Skydive Estonia / Eesti Langevarjuklubi

Average Rating: 4.00
4.00 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews

Dropzone Summary | Reviews

Location:
Rapla (EERA)
Lat: 58.9871420348734
Lng: 24.7290444374084

Address:
Türi 10C
Tallinn, 11313
Estonia

Contact:
+372 54545544
admin@skydive.ee
http://www.skydive.ee/  (3082 Hits)

Last Updated: 2013-03-16
Aircraft:
Britten-Norman BN2A Islander, An-2

Training: AFF, S/L, Tandem

AAD: Not Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Not Required

Rates:
AFF: 299 EUR
S/L: 229 EUR
Tandem: 229 EUR
Video: 69 EUR
Jump Ticket: 23 EUR to 11500 ft




Description:




Facilities:

  • Gear Rentals
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Load Organizers
  • Shop
  • Bunkhouse
  • Showers

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Grassy airfield with good atmosphere


Skydive Estonia / Eesti Langevarjuklubi Rated 4 by: Mann on 2008-11-05

Pros: A LOT of landing space, good atmosphere, nice rental gear
Cons: Estonian weather, an hour-long drive from Tallinn, working only weekends

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Kuusiku airfield hasn't got any pavement (only grass) and it's surrounded by fields, so when it comes to landing, it's super nice for a student because there is no need to stress about "hitting the right spot". Plus, there's very little air traffic besides the jump-plane and neighboring club's AN-2. Jump-plane Brita can take up 10 people at a time and on busy weekends it can squeeze in 10+ loads.

Clubhouse has two bedrooms with 20 bunks, a kitchen, sauna, showers and a living room with sofas (comes handy in the evenings when watching videos), so during week-long Parasummer there's no need to leave the airfield. Packing is done in a big tent.

The people are really laid-back, taking children and dogs along, so it's fun even when you're not jumping. Parasummer (boogie in July) is the best time to visit Kuusiku airfield, because that's the time when people stay at the dropzone for more than a week. Other than that, jumping starts Friday evening and goes on until Sunday evening.

Good vibes. Definitely good vibes.

(Review ID:4867)


If you skydive and travel to the Baltics youll enjoy doing a few jumps here


Skydive Estonia / Eesti Langevarjuklubi Rated 4 by: metsik68 on 2004-11-03

Pros: Great people, friendly, personable, helpful
Cons: No real facilities except airport and plane.

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Great people, interesting to see skydiving mixed with Baltic culture if you hang out with these jumpers for a day or two. Very professional and friendly. If you travel the Baltics and are a skydiver, take along your rig and do a jump or two with these folks in the summer.
(Review ID:1909)