SIV Clinics 2024 – Ölüdeniz, Turkey


This is a 4-Day SIV clinic in Ölüdeniz, Turkey with a maximum capacity of 8 pilots. Ölüdeniz is our home, and as one of the world’s most visited sites, it provides the perfect setting for the best SIV experience possible. With its reliable flying conditions, exceptional location, and laid-back atmosphere, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience.


SIV Clinic 1: 04.04.2024 – 07.04.2024

SIV Clinic 2: 18.04.2024 – 21.04.2024

SIV Clinic 3: 25.04.2024 – 28.04.2024

SIV Clinic 4: 16.05.2024 – 19.05.2024

SIV Clinic 5: 26.09.2024 – 29.09.2024

SIV Clinic 6: 03.10.2024 – 06.10.2024


If you have a specific timeframe that is not currently listed, please get in touch with us, as we may be able to arrange additional dates to accommodate your needs.

The price is 740 Euro and payments are in Turkish Lira (legal requirement). It’s being updated as exchange rates change. All major credit cards are accepted. 

SKU: sivoludeniz Category:


The goal of this clinic is to build the pilot’s confidence progressively and deepen their understanding of each maneuver, rather than using a standardized curriculum and pushing pilots beyond their current level of understanding and ability. All the maneuvers are designed to be progressive, with each pilot advancing at their own pace.


Pilot level

SIV Clinic is for any pilot who wants to progress and stay safe, whether they are a low airtime pilot or an XC hound stepping up to two-liners. This clinic will help you achieve your goals.


The flying site

Babadağ is located in the world-famous Ölüdeniz and offers five launch sites at varying altitudes and with suitable wind directions. The launch sites include 1200m, 1700m, 1800m, 1900m North, and 1900m Patara. Each flight offers a large box with around 1000m altitude, which provides an excellent opportunity to experience more during each run. The landing zone is located on Ölüdeniz beach. While the site can be crowded with other pilots and tourists, we will provide you with the best instructions before and during each flight to ensure your safety and make your experience stress-free.



Upon arrival, we begin with a general SIV briefing, which is followed by a full kit inspection. Typically, we start each day with a morning briefing at 8:30 am. On the first day, we plan to make one flight, and on the second, third, and fourth days, we plan to make two flights per day. Each day ends with individual briefings and a full video debrief.


The maneuvers

Active pilotage techniques
› Turn controls (weight-shifting, 360 turns, 8 turns, dynamic turns)
› Pitch control

Rapid descent techniques
› Big ears (in normal and accelerated flight)
› B line stall
› Spiral

SIV maneuvers
› Asymmetric collapse (in normal and accelerated flight)
› Frontal collapse (in normal and accelerated flight)
› Dynamic collapse and auto-rotation
› Search for min speed/full stall point
› Full stall and slow exit
› Full stall and fly back exit
› Dynamic stall
› Search for spin point
› Spin and fast exit
› Spin and fly back exit
› Search for deep stall point
› Deep stall and exit

Acro basics
› Wingover
› Asymmetric 360
› Loop
› Helico



Ölüdeniz is a popular tourist destination with a variety of accommodation options available to suit different needs and budgets. There are several hotels, ranging from luxury to budget-friendly, that offer comfortable and convenient stays for visitors. Additionally, many tourists opt for Airbnb rentals. From cozy apartments to spacious villas, there are numerous options available. You can check any international booking site to see the available options. If you want to be close to the action, be sure to book a hotel in Ölüdeniz. On the other hand, if you want to have a laid-back stay, consider booking an Airbnb in Ovacık. You can always ask for recommendations, if in doubt.


What to bring?

In this course, pilots use their own flight equipment. Some of the equipments (radio, gps etc.) can be rented, if notified in advance. Here’s a summary of what is required and recommended during this clinic:


  • Passport (you may need Visa for entering Turkey, please check
  • Insurance
  • Gloves and layers of clothing (launch site may get pretty cold in early spring)
  • Radio (144-147)


  • Sunscreen and sunglasses
  • Hat
  • GoPro (only knee or chest mount is accepted)
  • Cellphone (we can help you get a Turkish sim card)
  • Radio earpiece


Getting there

We can arrange a pickup for you from the nearest international airport in Dalaman Airport, if informed in advance. Fees will apply for this service, so please ask during your booking.

Public transport is very convenient, with airport shuttles running from the arrival gates to Fethiye bus station. From there, you can take a taxi or a dolmuş (public bus) to your booked hotel in Ölüdeniz.

Additionally, you can rent a car from Dalaman Airport, which takes around one hour to get to Ölüdeniz.


The course fee includes:

  • Expert instruction
  • Morning briefings
  • Launch assistance
  • In-flight radio guiding
  • Debriefs with video analysis
  • Transportation to cable car
  • Flight videos (don’t forget to bring a memory card, USB, etc. to get your videos)
  • Life jackets
  • Safety boat


The course fee does not cover:

  • Insurance
  • Airport transfers
  • Accommodation
  • Mountain park entry fee
  • Food


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