Helicopter Skydiving

Skydiving from a Hover

Safety first then pure adrenaline! At OCH, Heli-Skydivers are briefed on safety and basic flight training which is critical in understanding the differences in jumping from multiple types of aircrafts (from airplanes to OCH’s helicopter fleet). Engine failure is a common concern when skydivers are doing their research which you will find that helicopters are safer. When a plane experiences engine failure it needs a large, flat area in which to land, whereas a helicopter can autorotate and safely glide down without engine power needing much less of an area to land. Jumping altitudes for helicopters range between 4500’ and 6500′ depending on the skill and comfort level of the individual skydiver which are well over the minimum opening altitudes as regulated by the USPA and CSPA.

You’ve learned a couple facts now and have already seen the excitement in heli-skydiving so make the call…contact us today for more details.

OGE Hover

The pilots performing high altitude Out of Ground Effect “OGE” hovering are extremely qualified, some seasoned veterans, with thousands of flight hours each skilled in understanding how to manage various conditions of gross weight, altitude, temperature, and power all of which affect the hovering ceiling. Now you know that your parachute and OCH both “Got Your Back!”

OC Helicopters prospective students should take careful consideration before deciding to take this transition course. Export of certain commodities and technology described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130. This includes but is not limited to training in certain hardware and technical data (delivered verbally, visually or in printed form). Due to the requirement that states that prior to commencement of any ground or flight training, all non-U.S. persons (a person who is not a U.S. citizen and/or legal U.S. resident) who wish to receive this training must have an approved license issued by U.S. Department of State Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, we cannot offer any kind of Helicopter-Skydiving/Parachuting training to non-US persons.