Photography courtesy of Iain Greig
Feel free to call us at 888-339-5867, 204-339-5867
Meet the Staff
Born in: Arborg, Manitoba
Years At Adventure Skydiving: 5
Number Of Jumps: 6
Position: Office Manager
Favorite movie: I can only imagine
Favorite song: Trust in you - Laureen Daigle
Favorite saying: “If I have belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.
Favorite place in the world: Israel
3 likes:Music, Dance, Living Life
A few words: “ Don’t wait for something big to occur. Start where you are, with what you have, and that will always lead you into something greater.”
Born in:Kingston, Ontario
Years flying:28 years
Approximate number of flight hours:Over 10,000 hours
Qualifications:Airline Transport Pilot license
Favorite style of flying:Formation Skydiving Loads
Favorite book:The monk who sold his Ferrari, The De Vinci code
Favorite song:Paper Airplanes
Favorite saying:"Suck it up, buttercup"
Favorite place in the world:Vancouver, BC
3 likes:Optimism, Perseverance, Airplanes
A few words:"There is no such thing as a deal when it comes to airplanes. They will all cost a lot of money, eventually!"
Contact email for accounts payable:AJames@MTS.net
What's a Skydiving Instructor?
Flat out – it's a stranger you meet for the first time, and trust your life with.
What does it take to become a Skydiving Instructor?
A minimal amount of skydives, usually over 500, minimal time spent in the sport, recommendation and passing written and practical exams, as well as abiding by physical fitness standards set by the aviation industry.
Why are you guys so special?
Simple. We take the bar and rise it up, high.
Our instructors have each over 2000 skydives (the required is 500)
Our staff members have worked all around the world in skydiving.
A lot of instructors in the world hold a full time job and skydive part time. Our staff members are all full time professional skydivers 7 days a week, all year round. Simply, this is what they do.
Our staff members come from different places in the world, which generates a rich and full environment, which is a key element in skydiving, versatility.
Our staff members are not trained in local standards, but international. Due to that, our dropzone can issue international licensing.
Last but certainly not least, our staff members love what they do!