Skydive Stockholm, Gryttjom

Dropzone

Skydive Stockholm, Gryttjom

$21 / Single Ticket
Stockholms Fallskärmsklubb
1 year ago

The dropzone, Gryttjom, is one of northern Europe’s largest dropzones where we make over 30 000 jumps a year. Our jump season is weekends from May 1 – mid October 30 Weekdays 9 am – 8 pm Weekends 10 am – 6 pm The open days of jumping and events will be found in the calendar […]

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Skydive Oslo (Fallskjermklubb), Østre Æra

Dropzone

2 years ago

Østre Æra Airport, the National Center for Parachuting, is owned by the Norwegian Air Sports Association, Parachute Division, FNLF. The Oslo Parachute Club has rented and operated the center for FNLF since 1991. Skydiving is organized at the national center every day from the beginning of May to the end of August. Facilities:  hangar, parachute […]

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Skydive Tønsberg (Fallskjermklubb)

Dropzone

2 years ago

Tønsberg Parachute Club uses a DeHaviland Twin Otter that takes up to 20 jumpers per. boost. Normal lifting height is 12,500 feet but occasionally lifting goes to 15,000 feet. The climbing time is somewhat reduced to take into account housing and noise.

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Troms Fallskjermklubb (TROFSK)

Dropzone

2 years ago

Troms Fallskjermklubb (TROFSK) was founded in 1967, and today is Norway’s oldest parachute club. The club is a member of the Norwegian Air Sports Association, which in turn sorts under the Norwegian Sports Association. We are at Bardufoss in Målselv, where we have our primary jumpfield with clubhouse and operate most of our jumping activities. […]

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Skydive Stavanger (Fallskjermklubb)

Dropzone

2 years ago

When you arrive at Valle for the first time, you must register in Stavanger Parachute’s system and fill in a form. In addition, you must submit a valid license and show that your rig is approved for jumping. It’s also important that you get a thorough jumping letter from one of our instructors. Since there […]

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