Skydiving simulator used by Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible opens to public in Malaga for fun family days out

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HOLLYWOOD: The new skydiving simulator was used by Tom Cruise

SPAIN’S first outdoor skydiving simulator has opened in Malaga.

This special piece of equipment was used by Tom Cruise for his stunts in Mission Impossible: Fallout, before being brought to Spain.

A column of air allows thrillseekers to fly without a parachute, and experience the free fall of a skydive.

DAY OUT: Prices for the experience start from €52 and there are a number of family and corporate options available

Located at KartCenter in Campillos, the attraction by Fly4Real can be combined with Andalucia’s longest kart track for an action-packed day.

Prices start from €52 for a 24,000 ft free fall, up to €400 for the ‘Pro Flyer’ pack for more experienced skydivers.

All packages include equipment, training and guidance by the highly trained Fly4Real staff, and there are several family options.

EXPERIENCE: The Fly4Real staff are highly trained and know how to create the perfect photo opportunity

“Our founders and instructors are all professional skydivers and stuntmen, who have worked for years in the TV and film industry, training actors how to fly,” said Fly4Real.

With their film and TV experience Fly4Real know how to best capture the skydiving experience on camera, meaning you will have memories to last a lifetime.

For more information visit https://www.fly-4-real.com/ or call +34 607 154 952.

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