are five internationally recognized competitive
What are we?
are a parachute and skydive club, based from old
and young volunteers parachutists. We jump at
the Ceravci, Bihac.
aim of PCB is to introduce
young people and students to the sport of
parachuting and skydiving, and to encourage them
to stay within the sport.
We organize first jump training courses through
the local center, the Bihac. Details about
these courses can be found in the Training
Courses pages. Initially students jump a static
line parachute (Round or Square), with the
parachute automatically being opened.
What we would really like to see, and we are glad
to say is the case, is an increasing number of
people remain within this exciting sport. Initial
parachute jumps use the static line deployment
system, with the parachute opening automatically
on exiting the aircraft. Within a short space of
time however (minimum 5 static lines) you can
progress onto freefall. Once on freefall, you
will learn in-air control, turns, and back loops,
among other aerial maneuvers. There is a basic
syllabus, known as the Progression System that is
There are several disciplines that can be
followed. Formation skydiving (Relative Work) is
now one of the most common disciplines - where
teams of skydivers perform precision (?!?) flying
at speeds of 125 mph, Canopy Formations, Free flying, to name but a few. As you gain
experience you can get qualified to perform in
Displays and shows all around Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Croatia and Slovenia. Display jumping, it has to
be said, is one of the most rewarding things that
you can do. Where else can you get to do what you
really enjoy in front of thousands of on looking people. No matter what you decide to do, you'll
always be having fun.
to fit in
we don't have the space to fit in a profile of
all our members past or present, but we'll
squeeze in some of the more regular faces. There
will also be contact points where available.