Is there an age limit to skydive in Pennridge?

All participants who are planning to skydive near Pennridge will be asked to sign a waiver prior to performing their first skydiving adventure. Because this waiver is a legal contract, all skydivers must be at least 18 years of age. This is true when skydiving in Pennridge, Pennsylvania, or any location within our network within the entire United States.

Just what is the cost to skydive?

The amount of money you'll pay for skydiving jumps depends upon the type of that adventure. For skydiving in Pennridge, tandem jumps are the best price. Typically, prices depend also on the cost of gas and the current seasonal demand. To learn more about our rates, please contact us directly and let our experts address your concerns.

Is a video of my skydiving jump provided to me?

You can always remember your adventure from the moment you board the airplane to the jump when you buy a Skydive Pennridge video package. We'll film a short video interview with you right before you board and on the plane ride to the jump location. You'll receive the entire process of your jump as the videographer will make your jump with you in order to record your freefall as well. To record those last minutes of landing, the videographer will land first.

Can I bring my own camera?

We advise that you do take your own digital camera to use while you are on the ground and for your friends to use while they are viewing you. You can not, though, bring your own camera on board the airplane or videotape your skydiving jump yourself.

Just how fast and high will I go?

The altitude that each skydive is performed at is dependent on the weather and wind for the day. Most tandem skydives are conducted at a maximum of 14,000 feet above the ground. You can expect to reach speeds of up to 120mph within the first couple moments of your freefall.

Can all my friends skydive at the same time?

For the most part, we do our best to guarantee you have the very best possible group of people to jump with. You might have the ability to jump all together, but take into consideration a few things first. It is essential to know that there is a brief delay between jumpers from the plane, which means that you might not be able to freefall or parachute ride down all together. A number of our jumpers prefer to go on separate loads so they can watch their friends freefall and then land on the ground.

What if a friend or family member does not want to jump?

You are more than welcome to bring family and friends to watch your skydiving experience. They can stay on the ground and watch the entire skydiving experience from the viewing area. Non-jumpers are not permitted on the plane at any time.