$1,390 for a Static-Line Skydiving Class, License, and 35 Solo Jumps at Southern Minnesota Skydiving ($2,775 Value)

Waseca Municipal Airport

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Patrons undergo basic safety training before making a solo jump; 34 additional solo jumps then help qualify them for a skydiving license

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Expires Nov 13th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. 240lb weight limit. Must pass course to jump. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$1,390 for Static-Line Skydiving Class, License and 35 Jumps ($2,775 Value)

The static-line course prepares skydivers to make a solo skydiving jump and receive their license. First they must pass a safety-oriented, six-hour skydiving course held Friday morning. Then students make a solo leap, without having to go tandem-style with an instructor, that Friday or the following weekend.

Customers then make up to 34 more solo jumps, which should eventually land them an official skydiving license. It takes an average of 35 jumps to become qualified to receive a license.

Southern Minnesota Skydiving

There’s nothing more exhilarating, albeit unnatural, than hurtling towards earth unimpeded. The instructors at Southern Minnesota Skydiving agree, and by adhering to the United States Parachute Association’s safety standards, they facilitate tandem and solo skydives. For tandems, the pros regulate the entire jump, from 45 seconds of free-fall to about four minutes of floating beneath a large ram-air parachute, which enables soft landings. For the thrill seeker who’d rather fly alone, experienced instructors offer the Static Line course to teach students how to skydive solo or explore options for prosthetic wing surgery.

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