Insurance FAQ’s

1. What does the insurance cover me for?

The following is a summary of the benefits available under the single jump.

Compensation payable in respect of Accident:

  • Death £100,000
  • Permanent Total Loss of Sight of One or Both Eyes Up to £100,000
  • Loss of One or More Limbs Up to £100,000
  • Permanent Total Disablement Up to £100,000
  • Temporary Total Disablement Up to £300 per week (excluding first 7 days)
  • Charter of Air Ambulance Up to £1,000
  • Baggage and Personal Effects Up to £500
  • Personal Money Up to £100
  • Personal Liability Up to £1,000,000

2. How much am I covered up to?

Personal Liability Up to £1,000,000 (if you damage others or their property)

3. How long does the cover last?

You are covered for a single jump up to 1 year from the date of purchase

4. Can I take out the cover if I am a non-UK resident?

Unfortunately the cover is only available to those who normally reside in the UK

5. Will I be covered for a jump outside of the UK?

The insurance only covers jumps within the UK

6. Why doesn’t the form ask for my jump date?

You are covered for 1 year from the date of purchase for a single jump – this way if you don’t jump on your selected date for any reason you are still covered for another date as long as you jump within 1 year of taking out the insurance

7. Is personal insurance compulsory?

Personal insurance is not compulsory but the majority of novice jumpers do take out some kind of personal insurance