Skydiving NYC - Your next adventure!
We excel at all skydiving disciplines, but we specialize in TANDEM Skydiving NY! You'll be in good hands at Long Island Skydiving Center for your New York skydiving thrill of a lifetime. Plus, we are respected in the industry as being the most experienced skydivers in the the world.
Our tandem skydiving gear is brand new and the most modern, technologically advanced equipment available. If you want to experience skydiving NY - we are the premier Tandem Skydiving Center in Long Island and the New York area. New York skydiving at its finest.
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- November 4, 2020
- Black Friday Sale - Save $109
Our best sale of the year drops on November 27th! Save $109 on a tandem skydive from New York City's closest skydiving center!
- June 16, 2020
- Operaciones y COVID-19
Cumpliendo con la actual orden ejecutiva en Nueva York, Long Island Skydiving Center no está realizando saltos de paracaidismo en estos momentos. Nuestro plan es iniciar la temporada el 24 de junio. siempre y cuando así lo permitan las guías gubernamentales. Más info aquí.
- June 16, 2020
- COVID-19 Operations Update
Long Island Skydiving Center is currently closed for skydiving operations due to COVID-19 and will reopen June 24th, 2020. Read more here.
Can You Go Skydiving In The Winter In New York?
Anyone who has spent time in and around New York during the Winter knows it can get pretty chilly. While at times the temperature can indeed drop low enough to make jumping out of aeroplanes impractical to the point that waiting it out is a better choice, for much of the season the answer is yes - you can indeed co skydiving in Winter in New York.November 20, 2020
Skydiving Positions and Why It’s Important
It was not so long ago when people believed that if you stuck your arms and legs out when jumping from an aeroplane they would be torn off by the sheer force of the wind. This is not true, but there was an accurate basic assumption contained in this thinking - that speed does indeed affect how we skydive. The speed of your body zooming through the air creates force. This force is called the 'relative wind' and can be used in different ways to create stability and even movement while in freefall. The best way to experience relative wind on the ground is by sticking your hand out of the window of a car while traveling at a decent speed. You will be able to feel the power of the air pushing against the surfaces at different angles as you wiggle it about.November 9, 2020
Skydiving Dos and Donts: First Time Skydiving Tips
First time skydiving tips: you want 'em, we got 'em! If you're finally ready to scratch skydiving off your bucket list, we aim to ensure you have the best experience possible. Every adventure requires preparation, and by following our first time skydiving tips, you can do your part to set yourself up for a successful trip.October 9, 2020
How Will Weather Affect My Skydiving Day
Wondering whether the weather will affect your upcoming skydive? We are here to help. Because skydiving weather requirements aren't exactly common knowledge, you may not know what qualifies as good skydiving weather and what may put the kibosh on your adventure.October 9, 2020