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Edmonton Skydive
12/02/2016 at 04:45. Facebook
Wishlists are not to be designed with limits.

Edmonton Skydive
11/30/2016 at 17:45. Facebook
The Christmas elves are already working hard, trying every experience out there, scouring the planet for the perfect gift.

Skydiving: It’s an elf approved present.

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Edmonton Skydive
11/29/2016 at 18:59. Facebook
It’s a dream we all shared as a child.
Edmonton Skydive
11/27/2016 at 22:15. Facebook
For #AviationHistoryMonth, we’ve been looking at key aviation moments in history that helped shape skydiving.

Fifteen years ago, the first solar powered flight shattered existing airplane altitude records. NASA’s Helios reached 96,500 feet, breaking altitude records for both propeller driven aircraft and non rocket aircraft.

What will innovations in aviation mean for skydiving in the...
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Edmonton Skydive
11/26/2016 at 21:20. Facebook
For #AviationHistoryMonth, we’ve been looking at key aviation moments in history that helped shape skydiving. What will innovations in aviation mean for skydiving in the future?

Fifteen years ago, the first solar powered flight shattered existing airplane altitude records. NASA’s Helios reached 96,500 feet, breaking altitude records for both propeller driven aircraft and non rocket aircraft....
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Christmas is only a month away!

How about giving away the best present ever without even having to leave the house?

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THE BEST GIFT EVER!

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#MotivationMonday at #EdmontonSkydive

Being fearless does not mean an absence of fear; it's pushing through the fear and doing it anyway.
For #AviationHistoryMonth, we continue our look at how key aviation moments in history helped shape skydiving.

In 1911, Cal Rodgers completed the first transcontinental flight departing from Brooklyn, en route to Pasenda. The journey encompassed 49 days, 70 landings, 86 airtime hours and 15 crash landings (there was no navigation or mapping at that time).

That set of a race to do it...
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It might be hard to believe but Christmas is less than six weeks away!

If you’ve got a wild one, an adventurous spirit, a wanderer, an explorer, an inquisitive soul that you’re looking to get that perfectly unforgettable present, well, you’ve found it! Imagine a 14,000 foot, 200 km/h, 60 second freefall. That’s as unforgettable as it gets.

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The Best Gift Ever!

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What is your Aviator name? Post below:
#WeRemember.

For every man and woman that has proudly worn the Maple Leaf on their uniform in conflict, peace or aid missions, risking their own freedom and liberty to protect our nation, our values, our culture, our safety and our freedom, we deeply thank you and remember the great sacrifices you made.

And for all those that flew nylon during conflict under our flag, we especially...
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#ThrowBackThursday brought to you by #EdmontonSkydive

Jodie Braun stifling over Edmonton Skydive in 2008. Looks like we had some sweet clouds on that day!
We all fall, but skydivers do it with purpose.
For #AviationHistoryMonth, we continue our look at how key aviation moments in history helped shape skydiving.

The Wright Brothers arguably had the largest impact on aviation. They emerged in 1900, first experimenting with arched surfaces and an adjustable front rudder on a bi-plane glider. Rudders are now found on the tail fin of airplanes and adjusting its control allows the pilot to...
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For #AviationHistoryMonth, we continue our look at how key aviation moments in history helped shape skydiving.

On this day in 1909, Paulhan broke the record for highest altitude flight, peaking at 970 feet. For a skydiving point of reference, it is standard operating procedure for no skydiver to exit a plane below 1500 feet.

The competition this new record set was more important than the...
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Gravity is the engine of human flight, but the skydiver is the the soul.
November is #AviationHistoryMonth. We’ll bring you a few interesting pieces of aviation history that have made a large impact on the skydiving industry in particular.

Circa 1500, Leonardo Da Vinci sketched a parachute, an ornithopter and a helicopter. This was the first known design of any of these aviation devices. Da Vinci essentially was the Godfather of parachute design.
If you were one of the many that came to Edmonton Skydive this year and experienced your first ever skydive, we want to thank you for making it a memorable year.

We hope that your first jump wasn’t your last, and that you’ll continue your skydiving career with us in 2017!

Have a great and safe winter!
Cards Against Gravity Halloween Edition!