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SKY DIVING - Static Line

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  • Sky Diving ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Static-Line Parachuting is an alternative method of getting qualified to the Accelerated Freefall course. One full day of ground-training is all that is required to carry out your first solo parachute jump from 4,000ft.

    Your parachute opens automatically by a 'static-line' which is attached to the aircraft (so there is no freefall involved initially). You can then fly and land the canopy yourself.

    As you progress through the parachute training system you can start freefall skydiving from your sixth jump, gradually jumping from higher altitudes.

    All your skydives are on your own, i.e. solo. However you will be supervised by an BPA sky diving Instructor on exit and on later descents an instructor will follow you out of the aircraft to observe your exercises.

    A typical jump involves individuals exiting an aircraft (usually an airplane, but sometimes a helicopter or even the gondola of a balloon), at anywhere from 1,000 to 4,000 meters (3,000 to 13,000 feet) altitude. If jumping from a low altitude, the parachute is deployed immediately; however, at higher altitudes, the skydiver may free-fall for a short period of time (about a minute)[1] before activating a parachute to slow the landing down to safe speeds (about 5 to 7 minutes).










    By manipulating the shape of the body in freefall, a skydiver can generate turns, forward motion, backwards motion, and even lift (relative to other jumpers, not the ground).

    When leaving an aircraft, for a few seconds a skydiver continues to travel forward as well as down, due to the momentum created by the plane's speed (known as "forward throw"). The perception of a change from horizontal to vertical flight is known as the "relative wind", or informally as "being on the hill". In freefall, skydivers generally do not experience a "falling" sensation because the resistance of the air to their body at speeds above about 50 mph (80 km/h) provides some feeling of weight and direction. At normal exit speeds for aircraft (approx 90 mph (140 km/h)) there is little feeling of falling just after exit, but jumping from a balloon or helicopter can create this sensation. Skydivers reach terminal velocity (around 120 mph (190 km/h) for belly to Earth orientations, 150–200 mph (240–320 km/h) for head down orientations) and are no longer accelerating towards the ground. At this point the sensation is as of a forceful wind.


    06 th Feb Evening 8 we start to Jalgaon by BUS

    07 th theory sessions practice

    08 th If weather is good , We'll go for a dive 

    or 09 Spare day 

    start back to Hyderabad

    17,500.00 inclusive food and accommodation on cost sharing basis, any thing in excess will be shared equally.

    No Cash Deposits accepted

    Things to carry:

    Good and positive attitude

    Extra pair of clothes

    lite snacks to munch on the way

    Photo id card



    1 liter water bottle


    Great Hyderabad Adventure Club 
    A/c no:[masked] 
    IFCS Code: UTIB[masked] 
    Road no:2, Banjarahills Branch 
    Its a Savings account.

    All GHAC Meetup Guidelines Apply

    Note: Most of us may not be serious trekkers but all of us have equal responsibility in protecting our beloved earth. GHAC earnestly requests all its members to be socially responsible whilst the treks and avoid any littering, shouting when in wild or causing anything that would disturb the normal ecology. Try to avoid plastics as much as possible, especially plastic smiles.

    Important Instructions:
    1) No smoking and no alcohol
    2) No littering, no pollution of water
    3) This is not a luxury trip so don't expect any...and be ready to rough it out in the wild
    4) Food will be mostly vegetarian
    5) We carry Basic First Aid and if you need anything you can ask the organizers
    6) If you feel unwell bring to the notice of the organizers immediately.
    9) You cannot go off trail or move about alone without informing the organizers
    10) Do not take unnecessary risks and always follow the organizers' directions
    11) Reach the meet up point on time
    12) No antisocial, deviant or unacceptable social behavior
    Anybody not following this guidelines and rules will be asked to leave immediately and removed from the group.

    Please bring a signed copy of this declaration -

    For any further queries:


    Santosh More 9966107008.

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  • M.Vamshi M.


    February 2, 2014

  • Santosh M.

    last date of payment on or before 02 feb-14.

    1 · January 31, 2014

    • Anubha T.

      change the bank account.. its Axis bank now

      1 · January 31, 2014

    • Santosh M.

      hey thank u anu

      January 31, 2014

  • Santosh M.

    Dear Yes list, do update abt payments for confirming your slots,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    January 16, 2014

  • Santosh M.

    to confirm your slots, make the payments asap :-)

    January 8, 2014

  • Santosh M.

    who ever transfer the amount, wil book the slots accordingly,,,, so make it fast.....

    December 26, 2013

  • Santosh M.

    pls do transfer the amount so will book the slots accordingly,,,,

    December 25, 2013


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