Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens in the Malaga Province
On the 1st of May, Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opened in the Malaga province, offering kids and adults the chance to safely enjoy the thrill of flying. This is a very special piece of equipment, as it 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’s the perfect 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 an exciting new addition to the tourist attractions in the area and the very first of its kind in Spain. Due to its location, thrill-seekers can experience a day of adrenaline and excitement by combining the skydiving simulator with karting at Andalusia’s longest kart track.
Tickets can be bought online on their website www.fly-4-real.com and transport is available from the Costa del Sol.