Learn To Skydive

You can join us for a solo training courses and learn to skydive for yourself in as few as 18 jumps! Talk to anyone who has followed this path, they'll tell you it's the best thing they've ever done.
Langar is one of the busiest student drop zones in the UK. Our instructors have decades of experience and tens of thousands of jumps. They are full time instructors helping people just like you from their first skydive to their British Skydiving license, and beyond.
A Skydiving Course is intense, exhilarating and an incredible personal achievement. Landing after your first solo jump, knowing that you just did a skydive on your own, is an experience unmatched by any other. Your instructors are here to support you every step of the way. You will have adrenaline flowing and be nervous at times, but that's all part of the fun!
There are two different routes to the same end goal - getting that internationally recognised 'A' license...

Accelerated Free Fall (AFF)

Accelerated Free Fall (AFF) is the fastest route to becoming a qualified skydiver. AFF instructors accompany you in freefall and provide direct tuition during each skydive. They'll assess and coach you moment by moment so you can build your confidence in the air.
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Learn to Skydive - AFF Course

Static Line Skydiving

The static line system trains you to exit solo from your first jump. You'll leave the aircraft at 3500ft, with your parachute automatically deployed, then you'll fly your own parachute back to the landing area. After your first jump you can continue to 'pay as you go', progressing through the system. With each jump you will be refining exits and body position, moving on to deploying your own parachute and building up to freefall skills.
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Learn to Skydive - Static Line

What next?

What happens after you get your license? There are so many different disciplines in the sport, and we have the coaches and instructors to get you started on any of them. From formation skydiving, freeflying (flying in different orientations, rather than just belly-to-earth), wingsuiting, canopy piloting. You can do thousands of skydives and still have barely scratched the surface!