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Safety

Freestyle bouncing is an extreme physical sport and therefore you should already be aware that this carries certain risks, just as Snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding or BMX does.

However those risks are greatly reduced by following the Rules set by Air Kings and complying with any instructions given to you by Air Kings staff.

Lets face it, you wouldn’t ski a Double Black diamond slope or longboard down a winding mountain road on your first attempt so please be aware to perform the many jumps and flips you see on the Internet takes extreme skill, practice and dedication.

Our parks are designed to give the safest experience possible whilst also having incredible fun.

Our Court monitors play an essential role in the safety of you and the safety of our park. this includes regular checks of equipment to ensure it is in safe working order. Providing a visible presence at all times to ensure Park Rules are adhered to. and to answer any questions you may have.

First Aid:

Whilst our parks are designed to provide a safe fun experience the nature of this extreme physical activity will result in certain injuries, hopefully by EVERYONE following both our Golden Rules and our Park Safety Rules this should be kept to minor bumps and sprains.

Our staff receive first aid training supplied by accredited external training companies.

It is extremely important to remember whilst our Staff are First Aid trained they DO NOT replace a Doctor, Nurse or any other medical expert and them being present DOES NOT give you Special protective powers over your own skill levels and ability. Remember Golden Rule ONE!!

Safety Rules

At Air kings we have two GOLDEN, must follow at all costs, rules. They are simple yet incredibly effective rules.

1) Apply common sense to anything and everything you do whilst in our parks.

With this approach we’re confident you won’t go wrong, the great thing is we abide by this rule too so everything we do has been thought out with common sense and safety for you in mind.

2) Respect our park at all times.

This one is REAL easy and following this rule will ensure the park stays clean, tidy and safe for future visits as we firmly believe you’ll want to return time and time again.

General Rules:

  • Only jump within your own skill and ability - You will not be the next Youtube sensation on your first bounce session.
  • Land on the trampolines not the pads, in the centre is safest - Trampoline = fun, pads or anywhere else = Ouch !!
  • Only one person per trampoline - this means no double bouncing your friends!!
  • No fighting, wrestling, running, grabbing or shoving other bouncers on the Trampolines, and NO lolly gagging
  • No sitting or laying on the Trampolines or pads - there are rest areas around the park, and more importantly this will save you from getting squished.
  • Land on both feet, your back or your bum.
  • No grabbing any of the pads or safety netting.
  • Appropriate clothing to be worn at all times, loose fitting or athletic clothing wear is ideal.
  • Only single forward facing flips are permitted.
  • No cameras, phones or other similar devices are to be taken on the Courts.
  • Absolutely NO sharp objects to be taken on the courts, all items need to be removed from pockets etc and all sharp jewelry and clothing such as belts to be removed also. - there are complimentary open and secure lockers on site.
  • No food or drinks to be taken onto or near the Trampoline Court
  • Clean socks MUST be worn. This is to ensure the park stays fresh and clean for everyone. No bare feet allowed please.
  • And lastly………….No BAD language - this needs no explaining!!

There are just a few extra rules for specific activities

Dodgeball

  • Along with General rules there is to be NO headshots or kicking of the Dodgeball.
  • If you are hit with the ball you are out.
  • Court monitor’s decision is final.

Basketball

  • Along with General rules NO hanging from the hoops of the Basketballs.
  • Only one “dunk” at a time, have a go and return to the back of the line.

Airbag

Applying our No1 Golden Rule here will ensure you do not severely injure yourself or others.

Also:

  • No diving head first into the airbag pit.
  • Exit the airbag immediately after your landing.
  • No laying on the airbag.