Is there an age limit to skydive in Macon?

All participants who are planning to skydive near Macon will be asked to sign a waiver prior to performing their first skydive. Because this waiver is a legal contract, all skydivers must be at least 18 years of age. This is true when skydiving in Macon, Georgia, or any location within our network within the entire US.

How much does it cost to go skydiving?

The amount of money you'll spend for skydiving jumps depends on the type of that experience. If you prefer the most affordable option for skydiving in Macon, we suggest tandem skydiving. What you will pay also depends on present gasoline costs in addition to the season. To find out more about our rates, please call us directly and let our professionals answer your questions.

Is there a way to record the skydiving jump?

You bet! Skydive Macon offers video packages that will capture your entire skydiving adventure, from aircraft ride to landing. Our network videographers will get a small interview with you prior to boarding the airplane and during the climb to altitude. The videographer will jump out of the aircraft with you and videotape your entire skydiving freefall on video! The videographer will also land prior to you to ensure that your landing is captured on tape, as well.

Can I bring my own camera?

Definitely bring your digital camera for on-the-ground pics. Unfortunately, skydivers are not allowed to take their own video camera on the aircraft.

What height and speed will the plane reach for the jump?

The altitude that each jump is performed at is dependent on the weather and wind for the day. Most tandem skydives are conducted at a maximum of 14,000 feet above the ground. You can expect to hit speeds of up to 120mph within the first couple seconds of your freefall.

Can my group of friends all dive simultaneously?

In most cases, we do our best to make sure you have the best possible group of people to jump with. You may have the ability to jump all together, but take into consideration a few things first. It is important to understand that there is a brief delay between skydivers from the airplane, which means that you might not be able to freefall or canopy ride down together. A lot of our groups and couples decide to go on separate plane rides so that they can watch their friends freefall and land.

What if a friend or family member does not want to jump?

You are more than welcome to bring family and friends to watch your skydiving experience. They can stay on the ground and watch the entire skydiving adventure from the viewing area. Non-jumpers are not permitted on the airplane at any time.