Enter details and confirm each of the sections have been read. When all sections are complete you can submit all of the details.

Jumper Details

We need to know a few details about you. Simple details which will allow us to get you checked in quickly when you arrive at the DZ and make you fully aware of the policies and prcoedures in place.

USPA Membership

You must be a current and valid USPA member. Bring a copy of your USPA membership card and present it to manifest when checking in on arrival.
Due to airport restrictions, jumpers currently must have a C or D license to be able to jump at Skydive Snohomish.
If you do not have both items, then unfortunately you will not be able to jump.

A logbook will need to be presented to manifest when checking in, either through paper or electronic record keeping.
A paper logbook with a valid entry showing at least one jump within the previous six months must be presented.
If you have an electronic logbook, please print out the details of the last jump within the past six months and have it signed by a licensed skydiver for verification of currency.


There are many Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) regulations and mandates which relate to equipment used for parachuting here in the United States. There are also some stipulations for foreign jumpers. These regulations must be followed at Skydive Snohomish.

The U.S. regulations that determine equipment can be used for jumping are contained within FAR 91.307 and FAR 105.43.

Exceptions applicable to foreign visiting jumpers are provided in an additional section FAR 105.49.


  • Your reserve canopy must be in date. You will need to have evidence of your equipment having been packed in accordance with the above cited regulations. This is usually proved on the reserve packing data card on the container. Ensure it is up to date. If not, this equipment will not be permitted to be jumped at Skydive Snohomish.
  • If you are a visiting foreign jumper and have:
    • a container/reserve which is TSO'd (all U.S. made equipment). It needs to be packed in accordance with FAA rules, which is within the last 180 days, irrespective of your countries regulations.
    • a container/reserve which is NOT TSO'd. It needs to be packed in accordance with your local regulations which may be longer than 180 days.
  • If you have dual nationality, a U.S. Green Card or have a U.S. Work Visa and are currently residing with the U.S. then you are considered a resident and DO NOT qualify as a foreign parachutist. The above exception is only for visiting foreign jumpers..

If you have any questions related to equipment, then feel free to contact us.

Canopy Policy

Skydive Snohomish has a canopy policy that provides reasonable and appropriate wing loading limits for various experience levels and currency.

For more information about our canopy policy please visit our webpage here.

Dropzone Briefing

The dropzone briefing video will cover all the details you need to know about

  • Checking in
  • Drop Zone facilties
  • Exit Procedures
  • landing patterns used in various condition as well as
  • off landing hazards in the close vacinity to the airport.
It is important that you watch the video as some questions will be asked during check in to ensure you are familiar with procedures used at Skydive Snohomish.

Ready to Submit All Details

You have indicated that you have read all the items required to jump at skydive snohomish and entered details to confirm that you are a valid USPA member, with at least a C license and have equipment which meets the Canopy Policy so all we need to do now is send the details to Skydive Snohomish so we can be ready for you when you arrive and get you in the air as soon as possible.