UK Parachuting was established 25 years ago as Ipswich Parachute Centre and operated for many years at Ipswich Airport. The company now has two sites at Beccles and Sibson. The Beccles Drop Zone is located 15 miles south west of Norwich in the heart of rural East Anglia. The airfield used was originally built as a USAF base in World War 2 but is now home to their own Cessna Caravan turbine aircraft.
UK Parachuting operate 12 months of the year, weather permitting. For full operation get in touch using the contact details below.
UK Parachuting have unlimited altitude and no air traffic problems. Their pilots and skydiving instructors are always present on the airfield to give friendly advice.
The club jumpers make a combined total of more than 10,000 jumps each year and club membership, currently at over 250, is growing. Coaching is offered in all forms of parachuting and skydiving at many different levels and all of the instructors are British Parachute Association (BPA) qualified.