HOW DOES THE PAC COURSE WORK?
Before each jump, the student receives training on the free fall, the landing objectives and the manipulation of the material used in the program. The student leaves the plane with a PAC instructor and they fall in free fall together for approximately 50 seconds from 4000 meters. The instructor is responsible for providing in-flight instruction and assisting with stability if necessary. The student opens his own parachute at 1200 meters and pilots it to the landing area. When the parachute is open, the student receives radio assistance for proper navigation, traffic and landing. After each jump, the student and the PAC instructor will sit down together and visualize the jump, talking about what has gone well, what needs improvement, and will set new goals.
Day 1. First day of work. We will go to the parachuting center, fill in the administrative forms and start with the theoretical part of the PAC. There will be approximately 8 hours of theory and practice in which we will deal with the following aspects:
· Knowledge and manipulation of the parachuting material.
· Learning of the procedures prior to the jump: on the plane, in the free fall, under the parachute and in the landing.
· Study of possible failures and their corresponding solutions.
Then: Wind tunnel! The best way to ensure optimal performance in the air is by using this free fall simulator. And it’s hilarious! You can practice everything related to the handling of your body in free fall.
Day 2. First day jumping! In this phase you will learn how to use your parachute safely. All basic maneuvers and familiarization with them are dealt with in this phase. This day we recommend the AFF tandem, level 1-3 of jumps.
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