INFLITE Launch New Product ‘Go Solo’ For Skydivers

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INFLITE Experiences have recently launched their ‘Go Solo’ for skydivers, which is the next step for those who have experienced a tandem skydive and always wanted to do it again. Unlike other solo skydiving training courses, Skydive Abel Tasman have broken down their training into block modules, which allows you to pay per module, making a solo skydiving course more accessible and affordable than ever.  

Once you’ve made that first step and taken a tandem jump, no doubt you will be counting down until the next time. Skydiving really is that addictive, for all the right reasons of course. Imagine the rush jumping out of a plane solo, Skydive Abel Tasman can help make that happen.

Upon booking you will be sent a digital Ground School workbook and learn all about your first solo skydive. This digital workbook will introduce you to all aspects that you need to know about skydiving before you meet your instructor. It’s imperative you read through this workbook prior to your arrival as you will be tested on the contents throughout your time with their dedicated instructors.  

Learning this side of your skydive is fun; enjoy the read and see how much information you have retained when you go to physically learn at the airport. The professional skydive instructors at Skydive Abel Tasman will train you for over a half day to get you ready for your first solo jump.

All the equipment you need to prepare yourself for a solo jump you’ll find at Skydive Abel Tasman, and their spacious, comfortable and well equipped training premises ensures you will be ready once you take to the skies. You’ll be well looked after by some of the friendliest, dynamic and caring individuals in the region. The instructors at Skydive Abel Tasman are inspiring, motivating and above all fantastic at teaching and sharing their skills, and above all they are experts at putting people at ease and will guide you through everything you need to know.

Find out more online at www.skydive.co.nz/learn-to-skydive or drop in and see them at the Motueka Airport in College Street for more information.

So what are you waiting for? Whether you are yet to enjoy a tandem jump or have been wondering what steps are involved in a solo skydive, now is your chance, and for  more information on MCook scenic flightsNelson helicopters and Mt cook helicopters please go to https://www.infliteexperiences.co.nz . 

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