Blackpool Pleasure Beach have begun the testing stage for their new 2015 addition.

The Royal Air Force Red Arrows Skyforce attraction has been manufactured by German company Gerstlauer, and is set to officially open later this month. However, the ride opened for trial runs with guests earlier today. The ride replaces the temporary Bling attraction which was sold to Germany’s Skyline Park; instead, Skyforce is set to become a permanent addition to the Pleasure Beach skyline.

 


Alex Dunne

A Manchester-born thrill seeker and keen theme park enthusiast, who loves that adrenaline rush from the rides that you get!

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