Texas Skydiving Center

877-407-JUMP

"When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return."

- Leonardo da Vinci

Three styles of jump to choose from for your first skydiving experience!


Tandem Jump

Tandem jumps are meant to offer an introduction to the sport and are the most popular for the first-time skydiver. They allow you to "take a ride" with an experienced skydiver.  Your harness attaches to the front of the instructor’s harness and the two of you freefall together.  Once the canopy opens, you will enjoy the gentle and scenic gliding of the remaining descent to our beautiful drop zone!

   •  2-3 hours time commitment

   •  15 - 45 minutes training

   •  45 seconds of freefall time

   •  5-6 minutes of canopy time

   •  $199 first jump price!

 

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Static Line Jump

Static Line jumps are a fun and affordable way to experience skydiving.  After passing our training course, you'll be ready for your first skydive!  Your parachute is automatically released by a static line when you jump from the plane at an altitude of 5,000 feet. This is the only completely solo jump, as you are able to ride out the descent and navigate to the drop zone on your own!

   •  4-5 hours time commitment

   •  3 hours training + test

   •  Brief freefall time

   •  6-7 minutes of canopy time

   •  $150 first jump price!

 

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Solo Freefall Jump

Solo Freefall jumps are for the jumper who wants the maximum skydiving experience!  In as little as one day, you will jump from 11,000 feet for the biggest rush of your life!  After completing the course, you'll be jumping out of a plane with instructors by your side, helping you maintain position and pull your parachute.

   •  8 hours time commitment

   •  4-5 hours training + test

   •  50+ seconds of freefall time

   •  5-6 minutes of canopy time

   •  $285 first jump price!

 

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It’s the greatest shot of adrenaline to be doing what you have wanted to do so badly. You almost feel like you could fly without a plane.
— Charles Lindbergh