18 years of age
Can you skydive at the age of 16?
The minimum age to go skydiving is 16 years old. If you’re aged between 16 and 18, you’ll need the signed consent of a parent or legal guardian. Safety and managing risk are at the heart of everything we do at GoSkydive, and like any extreme sport, tandem skydiving does have risks attached.
Can you skydive under 18 in California?
All skydivers must be 18 years of age to skydive, however skydivers that are 16 or 17 years old may skydive with a parent or legal guardian present.
Can I skydive at 17?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. In the United States, all passengers going on a skydive must be 18 years of age. There are two organizations that keep kids from skydiving. The United States Parachute Association and the tandem harness manufacturers.
Do you have to be 18 to skydive?
The minimum age is 12 years and there is no maximum age. People over the age of 90 have been Tandem Skydiving! Anyone under 18 years old must have their legal guardian sign the indemnity form before jumping. People of many different shapes and sizes can go skydiving.
Do they weigh you before skydiving?
Yes. The most important factor is that your height and weight are proportionate, to allow for proper fit of the equipment. All things proportionate, you must weigh no more than 240 pounds (108kg). Weight limits are strictly enforced and everyone is weighed prior to jumping.
Can you skydive under 18?
Tandem Skydiving is the best way to introduce yourself to the world of skydiving. It is the safest, easiest and most enjoyable way to do your first skydive. Almost anyone can skydive however you will need parental consent if you are under 18 yrs. If you are over 95kg conditions and surcharge may apply.
How old do you have to be to skydive by yourself?
18 years old
Are you allowed to skydive alone?
After making two tandem skydives, you can start what is called the “Accelerated Free Fall” program. You must complete the 7 level AFF program before you can jump solo. The “A” license will allow you to skydive at most USPA member drop zones by yourself or with your friends.
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