|Australian Parachute Federation
the apf is the organisation which controls skydiving and parachuting at nearly all the civilian operations in australia. it sets the standards of operation, conducts competitions, issues licences and instructor ratings, conducts exams. the apf also controls parachute rigger and packer standards in australia.
Belgium Parachute Federation
Brazil Parachute Organization
British Collegiate Parachute Association
British Parachute Association
Canadian Sport Parachuting Association
skydive canada! the canadian sport parachuting association has been serving canadian skydivers since 1956. safety standards, licensing, coaching, instructing, and competition. member of the federation aeronautique internationale through our assocation with the aero club of canada.
Croatian Aeronautical Federation
Deutscher FallschirmsportVerband e.V.
European Rigging Cooperation
Federación Aeronautic Espańol
Fédération Suisse de Parachutisme
website des schweizerischen fallschirm-sportverbandes / website de la fédération suisse de parachutisme
French Skydiving Federation
Manitoba Sport Parachute Association
skydiving in manitoba
a national non-profit membership association that oversees and sanctions aviation and space records, presents national and international aerospace awards, and represents u.s. national air sport organizations worldwide.
National Skydiving League
National Smokejumper Association
home of the national smokejumper association. your source for smokejumping news, products, forums, history, and much, much more!
New Zealand POPS
Norwegian Parachute Association
Parachute Association of South Africa
the parachute association of south africa
Parachute Industry Association
Parachutists Over Phorty (POPS)
pops - the parachutists over phorty society is a club for skydivers over the age of forty. the first pops was founded in 1966 in the usa and has spread to many countries around the world. pops clubs hold regular meets in their own countries, and every two years hold a world meet. world meets have taken place in australia, usa, spain, jordan, canada and new zealand and the next one is due in 2004 in switzerland. competitions at meets include accuracy, formation skydiving and the special pops competition the hit and rock. membership requirements are that a person has made a parachute jump, or a tandem skydive, and is over forty years of age. an smaller group within pops is the sos - skydivers over sixty - and there even some joes - jumpers over eighty
Rob Harris Foundation
the official website for the non-profit foundation for rob harris
United States Parachute Association
the united states parachute association and its 34, 000
member skydivers enjoy and promote safe skydiving through parachuting training, rating, and competition programs. uspa represents parachute jumping from aircraft and helps keep skydivers in the air.