'Towers Loving Care':
The Staffordshire based resort has committed to a three year long programme to begin sprucing up the theme park. Dubbed 'Towers Loving Care' licks of paint, new paving and various other general aesthetic improvements are set to begin this year.
A virtual reality reimagining for Air. Originally opening as the world's first flying roller coaster, Air will now adopt a brand new mantle, theme and another world's first title to add to its belt. From April this year, 'Galatica' will open as the world's first virtual reality roller coaster. Riders will be to put on a virtual reality headset that will be mounted to the current crafts that run on Air's track, experiencing a voyage into the cosmos guided by the Artificial Service assistant, EVE. The station building will be entirely enclosed, and new thematic elements are to be installed around the ride's plaza.
Situated in the current retail space for Air, this brand new dining experience will allow guests to sit around specially designed tables and have their food delivered via roller coaster. The tracks include two full vertical loops, a guaranteed spectacle for diners eagerly awaiting their choice of cuisine. The new dining venue will open outside of park hours for hotel guests, and has been confirmed to be a 'premium offering'.