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Instructor Assisted Deployment (IAD)

The first jump course is your first step into the arena of flight. This is where you will learn all the basics of flight that you will need for your return to Earth. It is a classroom based session held on the evening before you usually jump. Main topics of instruction are equipment, exiting the aircraft, body position, canopy control, safety procedures and last but not least... how to land.

  • Solo Jump From 3,500 feet
  • Ground School (Friday Evening 6:30 PM start)
  • Jump Day (Saturday 4 hrs to all day)
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Tandem skydiving allows a passenger to make a skydive with an experienced Tandem instructor, jumping from an altitude of 7,500 or 10,500 feet above the ground. It is an excellent introduction to the sport, yet requires a minimal amount of preparation time.

What's Included:

  • Requires a Few Hours or Afternoon
  • Tandem Jump from 7,500 or 10,500 feet
  • 20-35 seconds of Free Fall
  • Attached to Certified Tandem Instructor
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Progressive Freefall (PFF)

PFF is a method of skydive training which is considered "accelerated" because this progression is the fastest way to experience solo freefall.

What's Included:

  • Accelerated Progression to Solo Freefall
  • 11 Level Program
  • Requires Weekend/Multi-Weekend Commitment
  • Includes IAD Course & Second Jump
  • All Jumps From 10,500 ft
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Skydive South Sask
Moose Jaw Municipal Airport
T (306) 569-JUMP
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July 3rd and 4th, 2021 - Skydive Saskatoon


Amazing instructors, safety is very very important. Lots of good people to help you out with anything you want to know. Now with the new 206 up and running as well as the 182, that'll definitely get a few more jumps in.


I have had the opportunity to see some exciting changes in the drop zone. New people take that same thrilling step every year and those people become like your family. You all have something in common and regardless of anything else in life, you are welcomed.


What can I say... it is one great place to learn how to skydive and to have a good time. The staff puts safety before everything else, and the regulars make sure that you have a great time. For experienced jumpers driving through... just stop by and you can get on the next load.

Kelly Weltikol

Took the IAD course at Skydive South Sask and I thought that would be it. I knew I had to do it again and again! Everyone there has helped me in one way or another and they want you to keep coming back.


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