Tokyo DisneySea will Launch a Flight Simulator Attraction to Travel Across the Globe

Year in and year out, hundreds of thousands of locals and international tourists come to visit Japan in order to go sightseeing, appreciate its awe inspiring theme parks and be amazed by its top notch technology.


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One of the most popular and well loved attractions in the Land of the Rising Sun is Tokyo DisneySea. It is located within the Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture just outside the capital city of Tokyo.


With the theme park’s exciting rides and fascinating attractions, both children and adults will surely enjoy an out of this world experience. This year, Tokyo DisneySea seeks to launch a brand new and innovative flight simulator five-minute ride that aims to take park goers to various tourist destinations around the globe including the Great Wall of China and the Pyramids of Egypt, among others.


The said ride which will be called “Soaring: Fantastic Flight” allows visitors to seat in an airplane themed vehicle that will take them to an incredibly amazing visual journey projected on a huge screen. While viewing the video escapade, the guests will personally experience the breeze as well as scents that dominate the different landscapes that they will be travelling to.


In addition, the airplane ride will tilt and shake while the guests are on board in order to simulate an actual flight. A representative from Oriental Land Co., the operator of the Tokyo DisneySea said in a media interview that the new attraction will “feature new scenes and visuals for an experience exclusive to the park in Japan, including the view from the skies of Tokyo.”


The said official from Oriental Land Co also mentioned that Tokyo DisneySea will be launching a new service that would allow park goers to obtain Fastpass tickets using their mobile phones. These pass tickets will enable them to ride attractions at a certain time without the need to wait in long queues.


Reference: Tokyo DisneySea’s new flight simulator attraction to open next week


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