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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:47 Positive/1 Neutral/3 Negative
Hi up for sale is a sky dive in lancashire, full details can be seen on

you can do the skydive at 13000 feet any weekend before the end of march!

Selling on behalf of my aunty as she is pregnant, unfortuantely she wont be able to do so!

RRP £225- Looking at covering cost ONO so il start this at £210
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months agoFeedback:47 Positive/1 Neutral/3 Negative

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Did you actually pay £225 for this? have a receipt? It seems to be cheaper than that on the site... Maybe yours is different?

For £195 they offer this (includes the jump - see bold):

The Static Line Solo 1st Jump Course is a minimum of 6 hours training by a BPA approved Parachute Instructor to a class of a maximum of 12 students which covers:

Drop zone orientation
Documentation requirement and checks
Parachute Equipment
The stable parachuting body position
Aircraft and exiting techniques and aircraft emergency drills
Parachute canopy control and flight drills
Parachute malfunction recognition, emergency drills, harness drills
Abnormal and regular landing techniques
A knowledge review test

The Static Line Solo 1st Jump Course fee also includes:

Parachute equipment hire
Jump suit loan
1st parachute jump and briefing
Skydive Starter Magazine
Personalised souvenir certificate
One of the best things I've ever done, a Sky Dive... Mine was only 10000 feet, but was over the Great Barrier Reef in Australia... Brilliant!
hi il confirm with my aunty what she has on hers is that ok?
Hi I did the BKPC course. It is fantastic. The positives are excellent training and professional outfit. Always safe. The downs are its very weather dependent, so if wind gets up to more than a light breeze you are waiting around and 6 jumps is very much the minimum, most people need at leat 10+ to acheive first solo jump.

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