To start wingsuiting in the UK, you will need to have obtained 200 skydives in the past 18 months or 500 skydives in total. Once you have this currency, there are a number of dropzones which have coaches on site - Sibson, Peterborough in the UK is a well known host of wingsuiters as are Netheravon and Langar, Nottingham. In the US and Europe, requirements vary, so it is worth contacting your country's governing body: USPA in the US and FFP in France for instance. If you have no jumps at present, you will need to be at least 16 years of age and complete an AFF/RAPS course to become a qualified skydiver. From here you can build up jump numbers on tracking suits (mini wingsuits) or delve into other parts of the sport to build up your jump numbers.
How Long Will it Take?
If you have no jumps present, it could take you anywhere from 6 months to 10 years depending on how many jumps you are able to complete each year.
How Much Does It Cost To Wingsuit from Scratch? (Roughly how much should you budget)
Here is a breakdown of the costs to start wingsui... continue reading
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