Having successfully completed your licence you can jump with other skydivers.
In order to keep the situations safe, we advise you to become aware of dangers and risks on top of all the fun.
To get ready for jumping in a group you should definitely team up with experienced jumpers first.
Experienced jumpers, coaches and load organizers enable faster and more efficient learning than just falling out of the plane on your own, for little money.
Nowadays video analysis helps us to identify mistakes and thus supports your learning efforts instantaneously and efficiently.
Ask at manifest or at the school, they will be able to name a suitable person for your level and interest.
Plan your jump jump your plan

Relative Work / Belly Flying

A certain variety of grip taking (body contact) with other jumpers depending on the size of the group is being briefed (planned) and “dirt dived/creeped” on the ground, so that this sequence can be repeated as often as possible in freefall.
The first step is the OBO – programme (one by one).
In this programme you learn how to approach others and to move towards and in a group safely.
With these skills you can join group jumps.
You can start this programme right after obtaining your licence and experience shows that it brings new jumpers quick results.

Artistic: Freefly, Freestyle, VFS

These disciplines include any body positions other than belly flying. As you will move  in any possible direction (all three axles ) it is way more difficult for beginners to keep track of your position. For these skills it is extremely important to work with a coach in the wind tunnel, so as not to adopt “wrong” body positions.
Artistic coaching is possible right after obtaining your licence, but is usually not so successful  as beginners often turn into satellites(spread all over the sky) right after exit (special equipment features required !)

Canopy Control,  CP, Swooping

The most interesting discipline for spectators, as everything happens close to the ground, preferably above water.
Jumpers exit at 1500 m / 4500 ft and open their canopy immediately. From that moment on they prepare for landing.
Beginners can only watch this discipline, as high speed, possibly tailwind and the closeness to the ground can be fatal.
“Never try this at home” is especially true for this discipline.
You must have 1000 jumps to start trying.


Flying like a bird is no longer possible at Wr Neustadt Airfield as air traffic control does not allow it.
Should you be interested contact Martin Seibert.
You must have 200 jumps and a First Flight Course to start trying.


There is a wind tunnel in Vienna where you can improve your skills rather quickly.
Ask at the school.

Further offers

The Paraclub is trying to have specialists for the different disciplines at the dropzone. There will be load organizers on most days of the season.
One by one coaching has to be arranged with the coach, the head of training or the head of sports directly.