Air Touraine has a fleet of 5 Bell 206 Jet or Long Ranger helicopters, with capacities of 4 or 6 passenger seats.
These American-made single-engine helicopters are often used for passenger transport and training. The Bell 206 is highly versatile and reliable.
The jump is made from the heliport in Neuvy-le-Roi north of Tours
- Accompanying person on board not allowed
-Children from 16 years old (with parental authorisation)
-casual clothing (jeans, sneakers, sweatshirt) is preferred.
Since the jump is very much dependent on weather conditions, you should plan to devote a half day or day to it, as the schedule provided is only indicative.
The tandem pilot in charge of your jump may decide to postpone or cancel it for safety reasons at any time.
Don't come on an empty stomach but eat lightly, and don't consume alcohol or any illicit substances.
The jumper must be in good physical shape, not have had a recent accident, not be on any medical treatment, and not suffer from lower limb, spinal, heart, ENT, fainting or epilepsy problems. On the day of the jump, not have been scuba diving for 24 hours.
If you have any doubts or medical history, it is advisable to have a medical check-up to make sure that a tandem jump is feasible. Like any other activity, Tandem skydiving can involve physical risks. Although not mandatory, a medical check-up is recommended.