Tandem Skydive €200
For a Limited Time
COVID-19 NOTICE: 26/02/2021 09:00hrs
Under the Government's Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021: The 'Plan for Living with
COVID-19' is a 5-Level Framework for measures which has been developed by the government to help us to go about our daily lives as much as possible, while managing the behaviour of the virus.
Skydives will recommence in April 2021 at the start of the skydive season
Once kilkenny is in level 3 or lower
Due to unsuitable weather and dangerous skydiving conditions throughout the Winter months, the skydive season is April – October. Freezing temperatures can drop to -25 degrees at 10,000ft during Winter.
We require and encourage all of our members to adhere to the best recommend practice for living with Covid-19.
Social Distancing at Kilkenny Airport
Kilkenny Airport is situated on 65 acres of open land and is ideally suited to facilitating social distancing.In the interest of our members safety and to comply with best social distancing practices, we are operating to strict limitations and restrictions as follows:
Booking appointments will be staged through-out the day.
Only members who are skydiving may attend the airport.
Spectators are not permitted to attend the airport.
Wearing of a suitable face-mask is is mandatory at the airport, inside airport buildings and aircraft.
Maintain appropriate safety precaution for coughing and sneezing etc.
Shaking hands is not permitted.
Regular hand sanitizing is required.
No member should make or attend a booking if you are experiencing any symptoms which are consistent with Covid-19 or if you suffer from an underlying medial condition that puts you at higher risk from Covid-19 or you will be refused access to the airport. On the day prior to your attending a booking you must advise us by email whether you have ever been diagnosed or have been suspected of having Covid-19.
We will endeavor to keep our members advised. Our members stand in solidarity with all who have suffered and continue to suffer as a result of Covid-19 including those suffering from the massive economic fallout. As a country, we must take a balanced approach in protecting our health, safety and well-being which is also inherently linked to our economy.
No Government Supports Received
We are a not-for-profit club and have received no financial or other supports whatsoever from the State in our battle against Covid-19 and the Government restrictions since Covid-19 hit Ireland. We are working hard and are succeeding to ensure that our club continues to maintain the best standards of safety and service for our loyal and dedicated members. We urge the Government to provide financial supports for all not-for-profit sport clubs all around the country.