The 2022 skydiving season has come to an end. We will resume skydiving operations over the Biddeford Airport on May 20, 2023! We are currently booking reservations for the 2023 season via phone, text, and email (as well as our social channels). Contact us anytime to reserve your spot!

Skydiving gift cards are available year-round and make an amazing gift for Christmas, Birthdays, or just because! Give the gift of an adventure they’ll never forget!

 

The reservations fill up quickly for this awesome experience. Please email, text, or call to inquire and reserve your time slot!

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Tandem Skydiving is the best way to experience the thrill of a skydive without the long training or fear of a solo jump. Our pilot/passenger system means that you will be harnessed to an instructor with many thousands of jumps, and provided with a minimum of training for a safe skydive. This also means you will have an “up front and personal” view of the freefall, and the instructor will take care of the exit from the airplane, the deployment of the parachute, the piloting the parachute back to the airport, and the safe, soft landing. They will take care of you from start to finish.

All of our parachute equipment is the most modern, comfortable, and safe dual-harness/dual-parachute systems. All are regularly inspected and packed in accordance with FAA regulations, and all are equipped with emergency Automatic Activation Devices (triple redundancy for extra safety). We pride ourselves in our excellent safety record, and that starts with quality equipment and proper procedures.. not to mention the best instructors. All of our instructors hold a minimum of an FAA third-class medical certificate (and most are actually pilots, themselves!). They hold master parachutist licenses (with many thousands of jumps each), are rated through the United States Parachute Association as tandem instructors, and are also rated by the specific manufacturer of the equipment. In short, your safety is our highest priority and we will never sacrifice that by using sub-par parachute gear or inappropriately rated instructors.