Free Fall: Experience the Rush of Going 120 MPH through the Air

The part of a skydive as soon as you jump out of the airplane before you open the parachute is called free fall. Whether you make a tandem skydive or an AFF Skydive you will free fall for about 60 seconds at speeds around 120 MPH. Most people have described the sensation of free fall as feeling more like flying than falling. The most noticeable aspect of free fall for most first time jumpers is the wind. Imagine sticking your head out the window of a car travelling 60 MPH. Now double that and imagine it's your whole body and not just your head!

AFF Accelerated Free Fall Skydiving

After free falling for about 60 seconds the parachute deploys and the second part of the skydive, parachuting begins. Most people say that the free fall part of their skydive was an exhilarating, blood pumping adrenalin rush, and the parachuting part of the skydive was relaxing and serene. Which will you like more? There's only one way to find out.