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Park Update ???? www.parkworld-online.com


Six Flags announces extensive new safety


measures for re-opening parks


Six Flags Entertainment Coporation re-opened Frontier City in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on 5 June with limited capacity.


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n accordance with governor Kevin Stitt’s ‘Open Up and Recover Safely Plan (OURS)’ and following mayor David Holt’s recent proclamation allowing


businesses to re-open, the park began operating at reduced attendance levels, in a preview mode June 5-7 for Members and Season Pass Holders only. After a short initial reopening phase, the park will gradually increase attendance levels throughout the month. The park is implementing extensive new safety measures and hygiene protocols, including several new advanced technology systems to protect guests and employees.


Ahead of the reopening, Frontier City general manager Trevor Leonard said: “We are excited to welcome Oklahomans back to Frontier City as we introduce new safety procedures for everyone’s protection. The health and safety of our guests and team members remains our number one priority. All government offi cials, along with city and county health departments, have been extremely supportive of our efforts to reopen in accordance with state and local guidelines.”


“Frontier City, like all Six Flags parks, is an


outdoor attraction that poses a signifi cantly lower risk of exposure than indoor venues,” said Six Flags


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president and CEO Mike Spanos. “Our guests are not confi ned to one space for lengthy periods. Guests move constantly throughout their experience; some are riding rides, some are eating in restaurants, while others are shopping in our souvenir stores, or playing games. Because our parks cover dozens or even hundreds of acres, we can easily manage guest throughput to achieve proper social distancing. We have developed a comprehensive reopening safety plan that includes best practices from theme park and waterpark industry experts, along with top destination parks from around the world, which will allow guests to experience our parks in the safest possible way. This ’new normal’ will be very different, but we believe these additional measures are appropriate in the current environment.”


Access Control All parks will employ a sophisticated online reservation system to manage attendance, schedule guests for entry by day, and stagger arrival times to minimise proximity exposure. Other new technologies include state-of-the- art thermal imaging for temperature checks, advanced security screening technology for touchless bag checks, and expanded mobile food ordering.


JUNE 2020


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