Second time’s the charm

It’s been a week. But I got it.

Passed the B-license test with a mark of 100%
The test is much shorter with half the number of questions as the A and C tests, but the percentage needed to pass is the same so the margin for error is smaller. Now I can register for the night jump coming up in July!

Here are a few things to know as a B-license holder (taking the test).

1.Cloud cover:
Know the visibility and how far above and below you’re allowed to be at different altitudes.

2.Night jumps:
Hypoxia and briefing procedures related to night jumps.

3.Minimum opening altitude for B-license holders:
2,500ft MSL

4.Freeflying
Once youre a B-license holder you’re technically now allowed to do freeflying. Know where to start and some basic safety procedures.

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