At Skydive Cross Keys, we are taking the following precautions to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Masks and face coverings
It is required for everyone to wear cloth face coverings inside our hangar and other buildings; in the aircraft, and outdoors whenever within 6 feet of other people.
Jumpers and spectators are asked to be outside of our hangar at all times when they are not in training, interacting with the front desk, or packing their parachutes (for licensed jumpers). When inside our hangar and other buildings, jumpers are asked to space out with at least 6 feet of distance between people.
Symptom and temperature checks
Every jumper and every staff member is required to fill out a symptom check form every day when entering our facility. A temperature check is performed at the front desk. Anyone displaying any symptoms of Covid-19-like fever of 100 degrees or more, coughing, shortness of breath, or other symptoms, is not permitted to jump or be on our premises.
Traveling and quarantine
We ask that if you have been traveling internationally or domestically to areas with a high spread of Covid-19, that you refrain from coming to the dropzone within 14 days of your arrival to New Jersey. We will help you reschedule your skydive with no extra fees.
Bathrooms are available throughout our facility and jumpers and visitors are encouraged to wash their hands often with soap and water. Hand sanitizer is also provided throughout the premises and regular use of it is highly encouraged.
Cleaning & sanitizing
In addition to our regular cleanings performed by a professional cleaning service, we sanitize frequently touched areas such as manifest counters, picnic tables, doorknobs, and light switches regularly. Hangar doors are kept open to maximize airflow.
Thank you for understanding and cooperating with us in protecting yourself and our community. We treat all jumpers as family, and our goal is that everyone leaves our facility happy and healthy. We appreciate everyone doing their part in keeping it that way!