Johannesburg Skydiving Club has everything you need to jump and spectate comfortably. Land just feet away from our shaded observation and bar area while friends and family share your experience.
Everywhere you go there are rules. And JSC is no different. Aside from the more extensive BSR’s (Basic Safety Requirements), these are just a few simple rules and requests which we insist that everybody complies with.
How JSC Operates
JSC runs a pre-manifest system where you can pre-book your jumps.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place. Please advise on which day, how many jumps, if you require a coach, if you need to rent club gear or not and how many loads you require in-between jumps to pack.
Be advised: JSC is 5500ft ASL. This means that the air is a LOT thinner than at sea level. This means an increase in canopies opening, flying and landing. Caution is advised. If you are used to jumping at sea level, please take extra care and feel free to speak to a JSC instructor if you have any questions.
Our jump altitude is 11,000ft AGL
JSC operates a C4M-TP Angel
Prices for Sport Jumpers
Jump costs, gear & gear rental, memberships, packing and training.
- Own Gear (11000ft)R400
- Own Gear (Hop n Pop 6000ft)R400
- Own Gear (Hop n Pop 3000ft)R360
- Club Gear + Pack (11000ft)R570
- Club Gear + Pack (6000ft)R570
- Club Gear HireR120
- Packing feeR50
- Refresher R150
- Daily MembershipR80
- Weekend MembershipR150
- Annual MembershipR1000
- Foreign Jumper / Temp PASA CardR350
- Lost Rip CordR150
You Made A First Jump
And You Liked It?
The solo skydiving training is also known as PFF (Progressive Free Fall), AFF (Accerelated Free Fall) or simply SOLO skydiving training. This learning method makes you discover the world of freefall. If you have successfully completed a tandem skydiving jump or a DAI (Instructor Assisted Deployment) jump, you are eligible
for this training program.
Frequently Asked Questions
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You need to have a current association membership and a minimum of an A licence. South African jumpers need to be a member of PASA. Foreign jumpers will also be required to get a temporary PASA membership which is done at the club.
On arrival at the club, licence cards, reserve cards, logbook and gear inspections will need to be performed before you will be allowed to skydive.
Own Gear (11000ft) – R320
Own Gear (Hop n Pop 6000ft) – R300
Own Gear (Hop n Pop 3000ft) – R260
Club Gear + Pack (11000ft) – R420
Club Gear + Pack (6000ft) – R440
Club Gear Hire – R80
Packing fee – R40
Refresher – R75
Daily Membership – R80
Weekend Membership – R140
Annual Membership – R700
Foreign Jumper / Temp PASA Card – R250
Lost Rip Cord – R80
We work on a first come first served on the club gear. The club has a range of sizes of canopies for you to use based on your experience level.
Ready To Jump?
Every year, we host thousands of tandem jumpers, AFF students and experienced skydivers from all over South Africa and the world.
This year, we’d be thrilled to count you among our guests.