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Etnaland expands (again!)


After upping its game last season with the addition of a “dry” park alongside its popular waterpark facilities, Etnaland in Sicily has expanded again with a raft of new rides from Zamperla.


New for 2015 were a midi Ferris Wheel,


circus-themed Jump Around and a looping Discovery ride complete with eye-catching lighting package, meaning it really comes into its own during the park’s after dark sessions. These new rides are on top of a further seven supplied by Zamperla last season including a Mega Disk ’O, Rio Grande Train, Demolition Derby, Samba Balloon, Jumping Star, Mini Jet and Speedy Coaster, not to mention a Mack Blue Fire Coaster and Twist ‘n’ Splash and S&S Mine Train and tower ride. Not bad, huh?


etnaland.com Discovery – new for 2015


Zamperla update


News of a new Thomas Land in the USA has come as a boost to the prolific manufacturer Zamperla, which has secured a contract to supply a bunch of themed rides dedicated to the smiling steam train and his friends. Opening next summer, the new land will be located at the Edaviille USA Railroad in New England, about 50 miles south of Boston. The existing Thomas Land at Drayton Manor in England, which opened in 2008, is set for a major expansion in 2015 with the addition of a custom-themed Zamperla Barnyard, Fire Brigade and interactive Water Mania ride. At the recent Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Amsterdam, the Italian company sold a tower ride, Magic Bikes and Mega Disk ‘O. “We’re still very busy in Asia,” confirmed the company’s Andrea Cielo. “In the Middle East there are a lot of projects too – more parks than people!”


Meanwhile at Coney Island in New York, Zamperla will launch a new prototype ride next spring at Luna Park.


20 OCTOBER 2014


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