Calculate your freefall speed

Did you know not everyone falls at the same speed when they do a tandem skydive?

How fast will you fall?

Input some details below to calculate your optimum jump speed.

1 your weight

Add your weight to the illustration below in either kilograms or stone.

KG
or
ST
2 your build

Pick a body shape from our three simple choices below.

3 jump height

Max Hurd

13,500 ft

GoSkydive tandem skydive instructor Max Hurd won the Speed Skydiving British Nationals - setting a new British Record.

British Speed Skydiving Record:

347.83 mph

Your jump options are...

15,000 ft

3.8 miles high

Jumping from the highest altitude possible in the UK, the 15,000ft skydive is a pulse-racing freefall of up to 60 seconds!

10,000 ft

2.8 miles high

The excitement builds as our plane takes you up to 10,000ft before an unbeatable adrenaline rush as you freefall for 30 seconds.

4 conditions

Choose a particular weather type for your jump day.

4 instructors

Choose a tandem skydive instructor

Calculate

jump speed

000.0MPH

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