Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-41-42e - Off-center demonstration jumps

Only licensed parachutists as defined by USPA shall be permitted to make off-center demonstration jumps at a temporary drop zone who, in addition to the regulations herein contained, comply with the following provisions:

(a) The parachutist shall:
(a) possess a current Class D license; (b) a USPA exhibition rating and meet all requirements of Part 118 of the USPA demonstration jump guidelines.
(b) The minimum landing area. The target point shall be at least 150 feet from the designated spectator area for Class D jumpers and for exhibition rated jumpers as required by the FAA for Level 1 or Level 2 jumps.
(c) Adequate police and/or assigned security protection shall be provided to keep the target area clear of spectators.
(d) Wind limitations. Ground winds allowable for demonstration jumps shall not exceed 15 MPH.
(e) Parachutists shall not exit aircraft directly over crowds or spectators.
(f) Radio communications or visual signals shall be provided between jump aircraft and drop zone.
(g) The applicant requesting a waiver for a parachute jump shall submit with the application written proof of authorization from the property owner (owners) to use the area described as a temporary drop zone. The application for waiver shall include a complete description of the drop zone area.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-41-42e
Effective May 23, 1986

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