Come to New Jersey for Your Skydiving License!

Our skydiving training takes you from simply checking off your bucket list to becoming a true member of our sport. By getting your skydiving license, you will be able to jump with other people, build formations in the sky, practice different disciplines, pilot your canopy like a pro, travel the world and skydive at different drop zones, and become a member of a unique community of amazing people.

AFP Program

The AFP skydiving program at Skydive Cross Keys is one of the most advanced training methods available, designed to give you a quick start in the world of skydiving. Taught by some of the most experienced instructors in the country, using state of the art gear and aircraft, this program will comprehensively cover everything you need to become a safe member of our sport and get your skydiving certification.

There is no standard timing since every student takes it at their own pace. You can get your license in as little as two weeks if you jump every day. USPA requires that you make at least one jump every 30 days to stay current. We encourage students to jump as often as possible; the less time between the jumps, the better your learning curve will be.

You have to be at least 18 years old, weigh under 250 lbs and be in good health to skydive. Our program is taught in English.

Below is a breakdown of our AFP program levels, jumps, and prices. There is no standard total skydiving course price as the program is customized based on the student’s progress. It largely depends on how often you come to jump. Jumping often will minimize your need for any refresher training, and therefore would minimize your cost. On average, the total ballpark cost of getting to your A license is around $3,000.

You make your own schedule as you go. We do student jumps every day, as long as the weather permits. You can make 2-3 jumps per day if you like. The only requirement is that you don’t go more than 30 days without jumping during your training in order to stay current. (If that happens, you may need to take a refresher course.)

AFP Prices

Prices below include all gear rentals except where noted. Read on to discover how to get your skydiving license.

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Level A
Typically 2 Tandem jumps

$199 Per Tandem Jump. Body Position and Altitude Awareness. Heading Control and Canopy Control.

$125 Ground School. 4-6 hours Classroom and Practical Training.

Three skydivers float in the air.
Level B
Typically 2 AFP jumps

$199 Per Jump. Introduction to Solo Flight. Team Fwd Movement and Turns.

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Level C
Typically 2 AFP jumps

$199 Per Jump. Release Dive, Heading Control. Hover Control, Unassisted Solo Pull.

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Level D
Typically 2 AFP jumps

$199 Per Jump. Solo 90-degree Turns and Fwd Movement. Solo 360-degree Turns and Docking.

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Level E
Typically 2 AFP jumps

$199 Per Jump. Dive Exit and Freefall Aerobatics. Tracking with Awareness.

At this point, you will graduate from AFP and become a solo student. Solo student status allows you to gain the necessary experience in order to apply for your “A” license!

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Level F

$70 High Solo - Supervised Solo Jump From Full Altitude.

$60 Low Solo - Supervised Solo Jump From Low Altitude.

$25 Solo Practice Jump + Gear rental extra.

Girl in simulator learns to skydive.
Level G
Typically 2 Coach Jumps and unlimited Solo Fun/Practice Jumps

$85 Per Coach Jump + Gear rental extra. Fall Rate Control with a Coach. Group Exit and Docking Control.

$25 Per Solo Practice Jump + Gear rental extra.

Tandem skydivers glide with the parachute.
Level H
Typically 3 Coach Jumps and unlimited Solo Fun/Practice Jumps

$85 Per Coach Jump + Gear rental extra. Diving Exit and Freefall Swooping. Group Jumping and Tracking for Separation. Freefall Control on all Axes.

$25 Per Solo Practice Jump + Gear rental extra.

USPA “A” License

$90 A-License Check-out Dive + Gear rental extra

$30 A-License Application Fee (Payable to USPA)

“A” license allows you to jump without supervision and jump at different drop zones, pack your own parachute, jump in small groups, and is just the beginning of your skydiving journey!

After your “A” license, you can work towards obtaining your “B”, “C”, and “D” skydive licenses that allow you to progress towards more complex jumps.

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