Frequently Asked Question re. Formation Skydiving

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What is HFS?

Horizontal formation skydiving, aka HFS, is an AXIS Flight School creation targeted to challenge those who want to fly in more than one orientation, but lack the skill to fly in the vertical orientations. Athletes are required to build formations with their partner(s) while either or both are on their bellies and or back. This fun and challenging discipline is a great stepping-stone towards MFS. In addition, those who have flown and enjoyed the 2-way HFS dive pool designed by AXIS, you can give the experimental 4-way version a try.

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