Learn to Fly at SkydiveBCSkydiveBC North has been holding First Parachute Jump courses in Northern B.C. since 1986, and the Yukon since 1994. The combined total skydiving experience of the staff is over 100 years. Since the very beginning, the school has manifested over 16,000 jumpers. Skydivebc North is affiliated with the Canadian Sport Parachuting Association who provides training and certification for its instructors and coaches in conjunction with the Canadian National Coaching Association's National Coaching Certification Program. The Canadian Sport Parachuting Association also provides insurance, and other services to its affiliated members. Flight operations at Skydivebc North are conducted by Guardian Aerospace under the auspices of their Commercial Air Operators Certificate issued by Transport Canada. All pilots are commercially licensed with Transport Canada.
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