Project 9A-ADV

9A-ADV skydiving airplane

  It all started nine months ago in Norway, Notodden, when we made final inspection of our Cessna U206G that we are now using in our Skydiving Zadar operation. We were very happy with test flights and our search for airplane was great success. Our search was long and very detailed all around the world. […]

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Space skydiving or the power of marketing

Space skydiving adventure

Takeoff Briefing Episode 2  You might argue that its old news, but as I remember it, it wasn’t news at all. Considering the availability and promptness of social networks and the Internet in general, news is as just as old after a couple of hours as it is after 2 months. However, at least one […]

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Aviation Top 10 in 2014


Takeoff Briefing Episode 1   Although it was a turbulent year for flying, with aviation-related topics headlining the news more than a few times, the industry overcame the problems, set new records and trends, and took safety, economy and ecology to a higher level. Check out our Aviation Top 10 in 2014…  

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History of skydiving


“During the last ten centuries, parachutes and skydiving have passed through three basic developmental stages. Lets go through short history of skydiving.”   The earliest and the first stage in skydiving history occurred before ballon and aircraft, we can say even before before there was an actual need for it.

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Mountain Velebit


Velebit is the longest (145 km), though not the highest mountain range in Croatia. Among Croatian mountains, it takes fourth place according to altitude. It is lower than the mountains in Zagora – Dinara (1831 m ), Kamešnica (1809 m ) and Biokovo (1762 ). Velebit mountain range is 10-30 km wide, having surface area of about 2200 km2. Its highest peak is the Vaganski vrh at 1757 m. The range forms part of the Dinaric Alps.

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ADV Cessna 206 skydiving

Cessna 206 skydiving

 Cessna 206 is one of the most desirable, classic six-seater sport utility airplanes ever built. Ease back on the yoke and 310 fuel injected horses and leap off the runway, climbing at speeds approaching 1,051 feet per minute.

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Working hours:

Skydiving Zadar ADV Takeoff Office:
Skydiving Croatia | Skydiving Zadar
Zadar Airport (ZAD)
23222, Zemunik Donji, Zadar
Phone: +385 99 809 2355
Skydiving Zadar ADV Dropzone Office:
Skydiving Croatia | Skydiving Zadar
Rtina 113
23248, Razanac, Zadar
Phone: +385-91-253-9025

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