One of the most common questions is “How much will it cost me to become a licensed skydiver?”
To help answer this question we’ve come up with the handy little table that will break out the rough costs of earning your Solo Certificate and your A CoP.
Please keep in mind that this is just a rough break down and that the actual final cost will be entirely dependent upon the skydiver’s ability to successfully complete it training requirement and the altitudes at which they choose to perform their Solo / practice jumps at.

(The webmaster will add more detail to this table when he gets time away from his “real job”)

Jump # Description Altitude Training Course Jump Gear Rental Coach Misc  Total
1 First Jump 3500′  $ 160.00  $ 60.00  $ 220.00
2 Awareness Jump 3500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
3 Paper Pull 3500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
4 Paper Pull 3500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
5 Clear and Pull 3500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
6 5 sec delay 3500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
7 10 sec delay 4500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
8 15 sec delay 6000′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
9 15 sec delay 6000′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
10 20 sec delay 6500′  $ 100.00  $ 100.00
CSPA Membership  $ 89.00  $ 89.00
11 20 sec delay 6500′  $ 25.00  $ 22.00  $ 32.00  $ 79.00
12 30 sec delay 7500′  $ 25.00  $ 22.00  $  32.00  $ 79.00
13 30 sec delay – Check out jump 7500′  $ 25.00  $ 22.00  $  32.00  $ 79.00
CSPA Solo Exam  $ –
CSPA Solo Fee  $  45.00  $  45.00
Minimum Cost to Solo  $1,449.00
14 Solo 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  62.00
15 Solo 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  62.00
16 Solo 13000′ $   40.00 $  22.00  $  62.00
17 Solo 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  62.00
18 Solo 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  62.00
19 Solo 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  62.00
20 Manuver Series 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  40.00  $  102.00
21 RW Training Jump 1 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  60.00  $  122.00
22 RW Training Jump 2 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  60.00  $  122.00
23 RW Training Jump 3 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  60.00  $ 122.00
24 RW Training Jump 4 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  60.00  $ 122.00
25 RW Training Jump 5 13000′  $  40.00  $  22.00  $  60.00  $ 122.00
CSPA CoP A Exam  $ –
Packing Endorsement  $  –
Emergency Procedure Review  $ –
CSPA CoP A Fee  $  45.00  $  45.00
Minimum Cost to A from Solo  $1,129.00
Minimum Cost from Student to A  $2,620.00

 

GEAR RENTAL

This includes everything you’ll need for your jump: container, reserve, main canopy, AAD, RSL, helment, jumpsuit, altimeter, and goggles. Price also includes the cost of the pack job after the jump.

PACKING

Once you have your main packing endorsement you can get paid to pack main canopies! $7 per pack. Many students find this is a great way to supplement their jumping.

CSPA MEMBERSHIP

As a Skydiving School our 3rd Party Insurance policy covers student jumps up to and including their 10th jump. After wards we require each student to obtain their own CSPA membership.

COACH

The cost of the coach covers the cost for their jump with you, including anytime required in ground training and debriefing after the jump

SOLO JUMPS

Once you have your solo certificate, you are free to jump without a coach or jump master. This chart shows six solo jumps from 13,000′. This is due to the fact that an A CoP jumper requires a minimum of 25 jumps. The jumps outside of coached RW jumps have no set altitude requirements. We encourage our solo jumpers to use these jumps to practice the skills necessary to complete the A CoP.

TESTS

While passing tests (both written and practical) are necessary to get your Solo and A CoP`s, we do not charge for administering them. Typically, we will administer exams after jumping has completed for the day, although we can work out a time that works for each individual as required.