Static-Line Parachuting is the less expensive way to do a solo skydive. One full day of ground-training is all that is required to carry out your first solo parachute jump from 4,000ft. Your parachute opens automatically by a ‘static-line’ which is attached to the aircraft (so there is no freefall involved initially). You can then fly and land the canopy yourself. If you would prefer to learn to skydive using a more intensive training method, then why not take a look at Accelerated Freefall. Or if you’re not sure that a solo jump is right for you, then try a Tandem Parachute Jump first.
Static Line Skydiving