Obtaining a ‘licence’ means that you are a qualified skydiver and that you have completed the AFF course itself. Now due to each country’s own skydiving federation having differing requirements in order to obtain a licence, we will work with you to ensure we are sending you home having fulfilled as many of these requirements as we possibly can.
For skydiving students from the UK – If you would like a British Parachute Association A-License, we have expertise in this area.
The requirements for the BPA A-Licence are covered by our Platinum package
On your return to the UK you can take your signed A-Licence application form and send this off to the British Parachute Association along with a photo and £10 application fee. You will also need BPA membership to apply and to jump in the UK.
The United States Parachute Association is recognised worldwide and should you want to apply for the USPA A-License, all our instructors are USPA rated and can take you through the full application process.
Our Expert package is ideal for the USPA licence and we recommend 10-14 days for your skydiving holiday in Portugal to include:
Portuguese nationals being taught AFF in Portuguese language
Portuguese nationals will be trained by our FPPQ (Federação Portuguesa de Paraquedismo) approved AFF school and can apply for an FPPQ A-Licence following the same package as the USPA A-Licence please see our Portuguese language page for full details.