BLOWN AWAY: Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens – but what’s the Tom Cruise connection?

WHAT A BLAST!: The thrill and adrenaline of skydiving and you don't need to j ump from a plane to experience it. Photo credit:

SPAIN’S first outdoor skydiving simulator opens soon in Malaga province and should prove to be a blast of fresh air if you’re looking for fun and excitement away from the beaches of the Costa del Sol.

The thrill and adrenaline of skydiving can now be found on the Costa del Sol and you don’t need to jump from a plane to experience it.

A skydiving simulator allows you to fly on a column of air. It simulates the freefall portion of a skydive, and is described by the company behind it as “an addictive, exciting and thrilling experience.”

They say: “It’s the perfect way to find out what skydiving feels like without jumping from an aeroplane! Unlike most simulators, ours is outdoor, so you can feel pure freedom and enjoy the great outdoors during your flight.”

The skydiving simulator experience is described as perfect for the whole family, from the age of 5 to 95.

Fly4Real’s professional instructors will guide you through your flight, teaching you to soar on our outdoor skydiving simulator, so you can feel the rush, without the fear or risk.

“Whether you are a novice, training to skydive for real, or an expert perfecting your tricks, this is an experience you’ll never forget!”

The equipment was used by Tom Cruise to prepare for his skydiving stunts on Mission Impossible: Fallout, before being brought over to Spain.

Fly4Real is located at KartCenter Campillos, the longest and longest kart track in the south of Spain.

Transport is available to the site from the Costa del Sol.

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