If individuals think skydiving has become a boring activity since they can always do it, then these folks should go for night jumps. It is definitely a fact that skydiving is not restricted only during daytime periods. As a matter of fact, expert or seasoned skydivers sometimes execute challenging night jumps.
These night jumps require more skydiving training (from fine trainers, like the ones who undergone RTO) and equipment for a normal daytime skydiving activity for obvious reasons of safety. In fact, jumpers who have at least a B-License as a skydiver can perform these night jumps especially in the United States of America. This ‘nocturnal’ midair activity is not possible without permission from the administration that handles local safety with regards to skydiving and some related activities.
The airspace is considerably big, but there are some instances that skydivers can be in danger especially if they bump into some aircrafts. For this reason, skydivers are required to wear gadgets that produce light that is visible enough for at least five kilometers or three miles in all directions. These items should turn on once the parachutes are deployed and the best sample for this item is the chemlight which is also known as the glowstick and having them during night jumps is simply a must.