10 A Story of One Parachute Jump

A Story of One Parachute Jump

Posted on September 27, 2010 by team


This post is devoted to all parachutists and those who wants to bail out.


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We've chosen this cute air club, the wind 5 km/h allows to jump with a parachute

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The club has some AN, YAK aircrafts and helicopters. People come here to balloon and play with radio-controlled air models.

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"Aerial vehicle is secured"

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10 Responses to “A Story of One Parachute Jump”

  1. SSSR says:

    FIRST-Well i’m free….free fallin….

  2. OLUT says:

    I could never go skyjumping for fun. It sounds absolutely horrifying, jumping out of a plane. I don’t understand how anyone could do so, but if they like it, that’s fine. I’m just way too chicken.

  3. AustriaNOTAustralia says:

    Woooooaah, looks exiting :D

  4. Andrey says:

    I can recommend it to everyone.
    Just do it !
    BRGDS, A

  5. RAMBO says:

    Hey!

    I’ve jumped totally the same way in Hungary, 20 years ago. This is the military way of education. We used the same type of reserve (BE-8), the plain was AN-2 as well, but our main parachute was the East-German standard (RS 4/4). As far as I can see, not soo many thing has changed in Russia! But I must admit, that this is quite secure way of learning! The only risk is, that the plane falls before it reaches 400 meters height.

    It was roxxxxxxx! Parachuting is one of the best thing on the world.

  6. Karma sucha says:

    Your post is fantastic.

  7. momomo says:

    Done it 3 times, will do it again! I highly recommend it to everyone!

  8. russia_bound says:

    Some cool pictures, I had considered going on a parachute trip. Thanks for the uploads…

  9. Jesse Andel says:

    @admin: I just have to say your site is the first I’ve come across this morning that doesn’t have typos every other sentence. Thanks for taking the time to construct something that doesn’t look like a 5th grader put together. I apologize, just had to vent.

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