Paul Ruben highlights some of the new attractions opening this season in the USA and Canada.
Park World highlights some of the major new parks, rides and attractions opening across the continent in 2017.
Phil Taylor from Team Leisure brings us up to speed with developments from the UAE, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Chris Yoshii and colleagues from the Hong Kong office of Economics at AECOM discuss new theme park developments in China, South Korea, Japan and beyond.
Park World is pleased to confirm that the Maurer portfolio of rollercoasters is to be marketed by a new entity called Maurer Rides GmbH as Maurer AG (formerly Maurer Söhne) concentrates its efforts on its structural protection systems division.
Russian authorities have given the green light to the Moschanko Investment Group’s (MIG) planned $4 billion (€3.6bn) theme park development between Moscow and Kaluga.
The Finnish amusement park Särkänniemi, perhaps best known these days as home of Angry Birds Land, has added a new thrill ride from Zamperla.
The Spanish resort PortAventura World has confirmed that its new Ferrari Land park will open in April of next year.
A new children’s entertainment concept has been launched, and it’s not for couch potatoes. Launching initially as a series of books and then a visitor attraction, Timbalaya’s creators (or “guardians”) are looking for potential franchisees.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has appointed Joel Manby as its new president and CEO, effective April 7. The 55-year-old former Herschend executive, who ultimately replaces former CEO Jim Aitchison, will also join the company’s board of directors.