How likely are you to die during skydiving?

How likely are you to die during skydiving?

And some risks are worth the shot. One study shows people have a 1 in 100,000 chance of dying while attending a dance party. Another study shows the odds of dying while skydiving in the United States is 1 in 101,083 jumps.

What are the chances of dying from skydiving 2020?

With 11 fatalities in 2020, there was one fatality for every 254,545 skydives, a rate of 0.39 fatalities for every 100,000 skydives. This matches the record-low fatality index rate seen in 2018.

How many people have died at Skydive City?

The skydiving school in San Joaquin County is now the site of 22 recorded deaths since opening in 1981. Nine of those deaths have occurred since 2016, according to the FAA.

How many people die a year on average from skydiving?

At 19 per year, fatal skydiving accidents are infrequent. That tends to make each one newsworthy, so you are likely to hear about them. On the other hand, there are about 93 fatal car accidents every day in the United States.

How high can you skydive in Phoenix?

Phoenix Area Skydiving jumps from up to two miles high with up to 45 seconds of freefall at 120 MPH! Feel the adrenaline rush as you soar over the city!

Why choose Skydive Phoenix Inc?

Not only is Skydive Phoenix the most convenient dropzone if you’re looking to skydive in Phoenix, we are Arizona’s friendliest dropzone. We pride ourselves in making your experience safe, fun and memorable. Be it a check off the bucket list, a special occasion, team building or just breaking out of the mold, come see us at Skydive Phoenix Inc!

How long does it take to skydive?

Your parachute ride lasts about 4-7 minutes. ■ It generally takes 2-4 hours to complete a class and make your first jump but we may adjust your schedule for weather. ■ Tandem skydiving means you are harnessed to a certified skydive instructor and you jump together.

How many jumps does a skydiving instructor have?

Our experienced and licensed instructors are some of the best in the industry, and all have over 10,000 jumps each and over 20 years of experience. Our Tandem Instructors are Certified by the USPA (United States Parachute Association) and have thousands of Tandem Skydives.