Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-41-42l - Parachute jumps

(a) No person shall make an intentional parachute jump from an aircraft without being equipped with a Federal Aviation Administration Technical Standard Order (TSO) dual pack parachute.
(b) Student parachutists are permitted to jump only at licensed parachute jump centers.
(c) A student parachutist shall have a course of training to properly prepare him for his first parachute jump. Training shall include but is not limited to, exit techniques, landing techniques, emergency procedures, canopy manipulation and equipment familiarization. All student instruction is to be under the supervision of a currently and appropriately rated USPA instructor.
(d) A student parachutist's first five jumps must be static line sport parachute jumps. In addition, they must successfully pull a dummy rip cord on three successive static line jumps without loss of stability or control prior to being cleared for freefall or; successfully complete all learning objectives of USPA accelerated freefall levels I thru VII prior to being cleared to jump without direct supervision. All student jumps must be made under the direct supervision of a jumpmaster from a fourplace or larger aircraft.


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

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