Date Details: June 21 - 23, 2019 — 2:00 pm - Evening
Want to learn to fly your canopy like a pro and develop some new skills? Whether you have 25 skydives or 10,000, there is always something new to learn in this incredible sport. Espeically, when it come to flying your parachute with confidence. Who better to learn from, Flight-1's very own Maxine Tate! She will help take you to the next level in canopy flight.
To register, click on the course link below:
As the leading provider of canopy coaching and instruction in the sport of skydiving, Flight-1 works with canopy pilots of all experience levels around the globe. Over two thousand skydivers in more than twenty two different countries go through a Flight-1 course each year.
Powered by the PD Factory Team, Flight-1 continually develops its programs and curriculum to ensure they stay relevant and targeted to the changing demands of today's skydiver, making canopy flight education affordable, challenging and rewarding. Whether you are a newly licenced skydiver, a regular fun jumper or a high performance canopy pilot, Flight-1 has a course to suit your goals.
Flight-1 has been in existence for over a decade. It is a growing company with a growing number of talented individuals that have dedicated themselves to the field of canopy flight education. We aim to keep the flow of good information about canopy flight going to an even wider audience in the hopes of a safer environment for all in the sport.
Course cost is $150 plus lift tickets. You MUST register & pre-pay in advance (each class is limited to 10 persons).
Flight-1 201 will be offered on Friday, June 21.
Flight-1 101 will be offered on Saturday, June 22.
Flight-1 102 will be offered on Sunday, June 23.
Take advantage of this incredible oppotunity to learn from Flight-1's Maxine Tate, one of the best female canopy pilots in the world. She's literally the definition of amazing and eager to share her knowledge with YOU!
The staff and friendly environment gave me the courage and drive to do my first solo jump. I haven't looked back since.
» Nate Plumb