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    Opened in the autumn of 2014, Skydive-Athens is the only skydiving center in Greece which operates all year round flying a turbine aircraft to 14000ft (4200m) in only 15 minutes. The nice setup and ambient facilities provides a relaxed but professional environment and invites you to spend many hours and days with us. We like to compare our dropzone with other Europe skydiving center and we can proudly say that we meet and sometimes even exceed the European standard. Here are some highlights for choosing Skydive-Athens for your skydiving experience: -Large and grassy landing area -Turbine aircraft and fast climbing time -Exit altitude 14000ft (4200m) -Good weather and operation all year round -Easy to reach from Athens (highway access) -Two large packing tents (carpet) and packer staff available -Huge variety and brand new student and rental equipment -Onsite FAA Rigger and USPA rated instructors and coaches -Gear, Accessoires and Merchandise shop -Large flat-screen TV for debriefs -Departure viewers and sound system throughout the DZ -Air Conditioned/Heated wooden terrace with open view to landing area -Children’s playground -Creepers, Mockup, free WIFI internet, wide parking area -Bunkhouse accommodation, shower & toilet facilities -Snack-bar for hot and cold refreshments -and more...
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    Kapowsin has moved to the new location in Shelton, WA. The landing area is enormous and the new hanger is very large. This is a fresh dropzone location only, Skydive Kapowsin has 30 years in the skydive business in the great northwest. The climb to altitude has a great view of Mt. St Helens, The Olympic Mountain Range, Mt. Rainier and The South Sound. The staff is very friendly and experienced. They have world champion skydivers on staff and bring in other professionals to organize and coach occasionally. This dropzone is perfect for anyone interested in skydiving, experienced skydivers or just passing through and want to make a jump.
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