will help you arrange all aspects of your holiday, all you
need to do is contact us either by phone or email. Whether
you have specific dates in mind, or a budget you would like
to work to, we will help you find the best priced, most convenient
flights, transport and accommodation to suit you.
AFF course can start any day of the week due to our one on
one instructor/student policy.
Whilst the AFF course can be completed in about 3 days, it
is wise to allow extra time to start your consolidation skydives,
so we recommend that your trip lasts for 7-10 days. Should
you find that you have extra time at the end of your holiday,
you may like to explore Seville, visit Gibraltar or work on
your tan at the local beach!
Typical AFF Course schedule
you an idea of what to expect when you arrive, see the usual
schedule that most of our students follow. Remember, your
course is completely flexible to your personal requirements.
Arrive late afternoon or early evening to the parachute centre.
the end of the skydiving day by watching canopies landing
and enjoying a cold drink in the DZ bar.
Welcomes, paperwork and an introduction to your AFF instructor,
before being shown to your accommodation.
Arrive to the dropzone at 9am, ready to start your ground
Meet up with instructor and have a coffee/breakfast.
Your ground school will take about 6 hours, with breaks in
between each lesson.
Lunch at the dropzone in the restaurant.
Once you have completed the training, you will take a short
written test and then get ready for your first skydive!
AFF level 1- skydive.
After the skydive, you will sit down and have an in depth
debrief, watching the freefall video from your instructors
Congratulations, you have passed AFF level 1! Enjoy a beer
in the bar with your instructor and meet some of the other
students and skydivers at the dropzone, before moving onto
the local town for dinner.
Arrive to the dropzone at 9am, to meet up with instructor
and have coffee/breakfast.
Brief with instructor for AFF level 2.
AFF level 2- skydive.
Straight after your second skydive, you will watch the video
and debrief the skydive with your instructor.
It’s about mid morning now, so after a short break and
drink, you will prepare for AFF level 3, and brief the skydive
with your instructor.
AFF level 3- skydive.
Video debrief with instructor of AFF level 3.
Lunchtime- go to local town to eat, or stay at the centre
and eat in the dropzone restaurant.
After lunch, brief with instructor for AFF level 4.
AFF level 4- skydive.
Debrief the AFF level 4 skydive with your instructor- you
are flying on your own now, with your instructor just an arms
Short break, then brief with instructor for the AFF level
AFF level 5- skydive.
The last debrief of the day, you will watch your video with
your instructor, probably whilst enjoying a cold, well earned
Meet up with the other skydivers to watch the day’s
skydiving videos in the bar and perhaps something to eat and
a few drinks in the Irish bar in Seville.
You have had a busy day and the surges of adrenalin will be
subsiding now, so you can look forward to a good night’s
Meet up with instructor at the dropzone for coffee/breakfast
Review previous day, and brief AFF level 6 with your instructor.
AFF level 6- skydive.
Short break and debrief your AFF level 6 skydive, well done-
you passed and now will be going on to the next level!
Brief the AFF level 7 debrief skydive with your instructor-
this is the last AFF skydive where your instructor is jumping
out with you.
AFF level 7- skydive.
walk back from the parachute landing area with a smile upon
your face, you know it went well, although you need to wait
until your debrief to find out what your instructor thought.
Congratulations! Your instructor confirms that you have passed
the AFF level 7 on your debrief!
After some well deserved lunch, you brief the AFF level 8
with your instructor.
AFF level 8- Hop and Pop.
Debrief AFF level 8 with instructor.
Now you are cleared to jump solo and start your consolidation
skydives (the first 10 skydives you make after your AFF course
to consolidate your knowledge).
Make one solo skydive on the sunset load (last flight of the
day) and watch the sunset whilst skydiving.
Finally to end a perfect day, we will all watch your edited
AFF video of your skydives in the dropzone bar, with a very
well deserved drink!
Then it’s onto one of our favourite restaurants, affectionately
known as ‘Giant Haystacks’- where all the food
is cooked on open barbeques. Despite having the capacity for
about 200 people, you still get queues of people wanting to
eat at this restaurant- and the best thing about it is that
all main meals are under 12 euros!
Arrive to dropzone around 10am for coffee/breakfast.
You will probably do 4 or 5 more consolidation skydives today,
and then late afternoon we head away from the parachute centre
and go to the beach for a beach barbeque, relaxing on the
sand and paddle in the sea.
Over the next few days you now finish off your consolidation
skydives at your leisure, asking your instructor for advice
You might also like to spend a day shopping in Seville, a
day at the beach or even head to Gibraltar for a day trip.
The action never stops in the biggest tourist bar and Irish
pub in Sevilla. Outdoor seating, a few bars and a back dining
room give you plenty of choices. Big screen TV used for European
soccer and Rugby games. The Seville nightlife is only a short
bus or taxi ride away!
Here in Seville you can jump all day and party all night.
There are restaurants, bars and clubs to suit all tastes and
there is never a shortage of new people to meet. Every night