First Time Skydivers

Air Indiana

First Time Skydivers

First time skydivers usually jump tandem. A tandem jump is where the student is hooked up to the Tandem Instructor by means of a harness that is connected at four points. The Tandem instructor has control, but the student can also steer and help land the parachute. The Tandem skydive can either be part of a student progression or just a recreational jump for those people who just want to make a skydive but not go through a student program.

We also offer Instructor Aided Deployment (IAD) and Demonstration Jumps.

If this is your first time skydiving, we are glad that you chose to consider us. Here are a few things that you should be aware of that will make your jump as safe and enjoyable as possible.

1. Wear loose comfortable clothing, nothing too tight or restrictive because you WILL be moving around in the plane, and tight fitted clothing tends to make moving around in the plane more difficult.

2. Dress to the weather. You can always take layers off if it is too warm. If it is cool outside, it will be even cooler in the air!

3. Wear tennis shoes that tie up. NO boots. NO sandals. NO flip flops.

4. PLAN TO BE HERE FOR SEVERAL HOURS. We may run into weather delays, questions during the briefing, and numerous other time-consuming factors that we run into.

Remember, we want your jump to be safe and fun just as much as you do!

Air Indiana

3735 S. Airport Road,

Logansport, IN 46947

Phone. 765-414-1261