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I live in New Hampshire and while there are plenty of places within a few hours I can get my A license at, the weather seems to make getting more than a single jump every week or two pretty challenging. It's been three weeks since FJC and my home DZ has had precisely one student get their first jump in (lucky me... my daughter slept in that day and is still waiting for her level one). I'm willing to take time off work to travel and try to get a bunch of jumps in. I'd like to get my A license as quickly as possible. Knowing I'm coming from the east coast USA, where would you recommend I go that has quality instruction and a good combination of aircraft and weather to achieve that goal? International travel is out. US travel is in... I'm going to be as far west as Arizona in November and could see adding to that trip.
untilAaron Stocum will be teaching Flight-1 201 & 101 canopy courses at Cleveland Skydiving Center on the 13th & 14th of July 2019.Module 200 provides a safe environment for skydivers wanting to progress their canopy skills to the next level in the area of high performance landings.**REQUIREMENT TO TAKE FLIGHT 201: Minimum of 200 jumps**We also highly recommend to have completed & attended Flight 101 and 102.Module 100 provides the cornerstone for safety & survival skills under canopy. Throughout this module you will learn the essential skills required for consistently accurate landings, various control inputs, how to deal with emergency situations and effectively managing air traffic.Flight 201 - Saturday 13 JulyFlight 101 - Sunday 14 JulyCost per course is $150 plus 5 hop n pops.To join, sign up here:201 - https://flight-1.com/sport/certification/courses/view/3586101 - https://flight-1.com/sport/certification/courses/view/3587