Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens in Malaga

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Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens in Malaga

Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens in Malaga province on the 1 May 2019, and its management expects it to provide an interesting option for companies looking for fun and exciting activities as part of a conference or event in Andalucia.

The equipment was used by Tom Cruise to prepare for his skydiving stunts on Mission Impossible: Fallout, before being brought over to Spain.

A skydiving simulator allows visitors to fly on a column of air, without a parachute. It simulates the freefall portion of a skydive, and is an addictive, exciting and thrilling experience. It is a great way to find out what skydiving feels like without jumping from an aeroplane.

Located at KartCenter Campillos in the Malaga province, Fly4Real’s outdoor simulator is a new addition to the tourist attractions in the area and the very first of its kind in Spain. Thrill-seeking delegates can experience a day of high adrenaline by combining the skydiving simulator with karting at Andalusia’s longest kart track.

Transport is available to the site from the Costa del Sol.

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