WEIGHT AND AGE LIMIT
The upper weight limit is 95 kgs for male and 85 kgs for female participants.
Unfortunately, we can’t take anyone for the jump in case of body weight exceeding the upper limit!
Weight should be understood with your shoes and clothes on.
In case the body shape is different from the average, the weight and height ratio is also important. In this respect, we follow international practice.
In case of 95 kg body weight a male participant needs to be min. 178 cm tall, in case of 85 kg body weight a female participant needs to be min. 176 cm tall.
There is no lower age limit, but the participant has to be at least 140 cm tall.
Written consent and personal presence of the parent is required under the age of 18.
The upper age limit is 60 years which means that you can jump until you reached the 60th years of age.
The cases which exclude skydiving are the following:
Fracture within the past year, any accident involving articulatory or internal injuries or concussion, spine, heart and circulatory problems (high blood pressure), osteoporosis, epilepsy and any disease involving regular vertigo or fainting, seizure or convulsion. Skydiving is also excluded if the person is subject to any medical, mental or neurological treatment and (in case of ladies) if pregnant.
Each passenger has to fill in a declaration before skydiving in which he/she signs and thereby confirms that none of the above applies to him/her.
For other complaints not mentioned here, please contact your doctor and request a declaration of fitness to perform a tandem skydive.
You are not allowed to skydive if you have been scuba diving 24 hours prior to your tandem skydive.
A valid official (government issued) identity card or passport is required on the spot to register for the jump!
You are not allowed to jump if you consumed any food or drink that contains alcohol, tranquilizers or drugs 12 hours preceding the jump.
It is not the responsibility of the service provider or the tandem instructor to examine the health and other suitability, in this case the tandem passenger declares at his own risk. However, if a tandem passenger appears to be in a perceptibly unsuitable condition at the time of the jump or his/her behavior prior to leaving the aircraft endangers the safe performance of the tandem jump, the tandem instructor may refuse the tandem skydive.