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Irish Parachute Club

Average Rating: 4.00
4.00 out of 5 based on 15 user reviews

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Lat: 53.2506309221143
Lng: -7.11742401123047

Near Edenderry, Co. Offaly, none

00 353 4697 30103  (11562 Hits)

Last Updated: 2016-11-17
Pilatus Porter, Cessna182

Training: AFF, S/L, Tandem

AAD: Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Not Required

AFF: 1200 EUR
S/L: 320 EUR
Tandem: 280 EUR
Jump Ticket: 27 EUR to 13000 ft


Large landing area, with a separate expert landing area. Large carpeted packing area and briefing rooms.

Jump tickets also sold in blocks of 10 at a cost of 250 euro.

FS/FF/Wingsuit/canopy control weekends planned throughout the year - see the events page of or forums on


  • Gear Rentals
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Team Rooms
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Load Organizers
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Bar
  • Bunkhouse
  • RV Hookups
  • Camping
  • Showers

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Best DZ in Ireland

Irish Parachute Club Rated 5 by: IrishDave on 2012-05-25

Pros: Closest DZ to Dublin, People, Facilities, Multiple aircraft
Cons: Dillydallying

The IPC has the biggest planes, the best facilities and the best vibe out of any DZ in Ireland. It's also the only DZ that really caters for fun jumpers. It has the largest community and jumpers of all levels so finding jumpers at the same level as you is easy.

The Wingsuit, Freefly and 4 Way disciplines are really well catered for and everyone is willing to help you learn. The load organizers (Tony, Conor, Ronan etc.) do an awful lot for the club and since I started jumping here have seen a remarkable improvement in the skill levels and sense of community as a result.

I didn't learn to skydive at this DZ but it is now my new home DZ.

This is also the only DZ in Ireland (apart from the Geese) that isn't just a shed in a field. They give equal preference to fun jumpers and tandems.

If you visit Ireland or are doing your first skydive, this is the place to be.

(Review ID:7232)

Just got my A

Irish Parachute Club Rated 5 by: jeepers on 2012-04-10

Pros: Excellent plane, and friendly members
Cons: None

Just got my A licence from this club via the AFF route. This is a fantastic parachute club. It is located about an hour from Dublin, very convenient. The instructors are very friendly and cannot do enough for you. The facilities are great as is the Porter. If you are trying to decide which club to go for head to the IPC. You won't regret it.
(Review ID:7091)

Not a place for training

Irish Parachute Club Rated 1 by: patam on 2011-10-30

Pros: Friendly instructors
Cons: Poor weather factor, disorganised.

Booked in for AFF course during the summer.
They were happy to take the money but not so keen to get me up. The course,such as it was, was totally disorganised with no one having a clue what was going on. Their manifest system was a shambles. Nobody had the remotest idea of a weather forecast.

It was a 3 to 4 hour drive for me to get there and to sit around all day with not the slightest idea whether I was going to jump or not,despite good weather, was soul destroying. And as for the grumpy woman at the manifest desk!!

As a student avoid the place, the weather is too unreliable to waste your money. Go to Spain.

(Review ID:6890)

This place rocks

Irish Parachute Club Rated 5 by: skytracker150 on 2011-10-28

Pros: Friendly atmosphere, cool vibe, lots of people to jump with
Cons: Weather, sometimes hard to get on loads when busy

Learnt to jump abroad and live abroad so have only been to Irish Parachute club a few times. Its a rocking place with a great vibe, cool/mad people and loads of people to jump with along with really experienced guys who will help you out any time. The weather can suck at times but they go when there is any opportunity, if you are in Ireland go for a jump, the Irish parachute club rocks!
(Review ID:6884)

Awesome DZ

Irish Parachute Club Rated 5 by: cano002 on 2011-05-09

Pros: People, landing area, facilities
Cons: Cloudy, but that's Ireland

From the minute I got there I felt welcomed. The instructors there were very helpful, professional and always kept me Informed of what was going on. Also, The vibe there was awesome, people are very friendly and there's always someone to jump with. This is a DZ I recommend if you are in the area and definitely would consider going back.
(Review ID:6389)

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