Haystack Dryers, a leading manufacturer of body dryers for beaches and theme parks, will showcase its full range of products at this year's DEAL Expo in Dubai.
"Walk-in full body dryers have been popular in Europe and America for more than a decade in beaches and in theme parks," the UK-based company said. "With these dryers one does not need to carry a towel anymore to the beach or to theme parks."
Holovis Attractions will be bringing its latest immersive dark ride experience to this year's Asian Attractions Expo through the means of virtual reality.
Utilising 360-degree filming techniques, the turnkey dark ride attraction, designed and installed by Holovis earlier in 2015, has been captured and will be showcased on Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets.
Through its range of elevated, human-powered machines, SkyRide Technology is underlining its commitment to the 'fun fitness' sector around the world.
Scott Olson's passion for combining fitness and fun is clear for all to see. As the founder of the world-famous Rollerblade brand of inline skates, Olson's history in the industry stretches back to 1983.
WhiteWater West Industries, the Canada-based waterpark and attractions supplier, is celebrating its 100th AquaLaunch build.
The innovative launch capsule dials up the thrill factor in numerous WhiteWater waterslides, sending riders into jaw-dropping waterslides such as the AquaDrop, the Flatline Loop and the ever-popular AquaLoop with installations in over 70 countries worldwide.
Formula K launched a new version of its most popular mini-car, the Quad, at the recent EAG exhibition at Excel in London.
"The original Quad has been, and is still the most versatile of all the children's coin-op cars that they produce, and will remain in the line up of 2015 production models in its recognised form," the UK-based company told InterPark.
ETF Ride Systems has installed a new ride, Swiss Chocolate Adventure, at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Luzern, Switzerland.
Developed in conjunction with the Lindt Chocolate Competence Foundation, the Swiss Chocolate Adventure allows visitors to learn interesting facts about the discovery, origin, production and transport of chocolate.
The Ride Entertainment Group has introduced AirSurfer, the world's first standing zipline that can navigate turns and climb hills.
US-based Ride Entertainment, which also owns the Skycoaster fly-by-wire thrill ride, will manufacture the attraction using experienced amusement industry engineers and fabricators.
This year will see the 10th anniversary of the Green Dragon, the unique roller coaster at GreenWood Forest Park in North Wales, UK.
Built in early 2004, the Green Dragon is the only roller coaster of its kind in the world. The ride combines traditional roller coasters with funicular technology that was developed and used 200 years ago in the slate quarries of North Wales.
Wet 'n' Wild waterpark in Las Vegas, US, has announced it will install a new Slideboarding attraction in time for the 2015 season.
Developed by WhiteWater, Slideboarding is a waterslide that integrates gaming, skill and competitive sports. The waterslide that uses a state-of-the art ride vehicle with an embedded game controller.
In conjunction with its upcoming second anniversary, Legoland Malaysia Resort has announced the opening of Lego Star Wars Miniland Model Display at the Johor resort.
The first attraction of its kind in Asia, the attraction features seven scenes from the six Star Wars films and The Clone Wars animated series in great detail. In total, the attraction features more than 2,000 Lego models built to a 1:20 scale using 1.5 million Lego bricks.
The Quassy Express Train at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark in Middlebury, Connecticut, will have a new home for the 2015 season, park officials announced this week.
A train station reminiscent of Quassy's 'trolley park' heritage will be constructed at the current loading platform for the popular ride, which has been a staple at the family-owned property since 1948.
The 2015 edition of the Dubai Entertainment, Amusement and Leisure Show (DEAL) closed its doors yesterday (April 16), with the event welcoming more than 7,000 trade visitors.
According to organiser International Expo Consults (IEC), the 21st edition of DEAL was the largest to date, with more than 300 exhibitors taking part in the three-day event.
Six Flags Mexico has officially launched SkyScreamer - a high-flying, adrenaline-packed swing attraction.
Developed by the Ride Entertainment Group, the 32-seat SkyScreamer reaches speeds of 40mph and a height of 240ft, making it the tallest attraction at Six Flags Mexico, which is located on the outskirts of Mexico City.
Following its rapid development and major projects around the world, Triotech has announced a range of key promotions and additions to its team.
Weitao Liu has been promoted to managing director of Triotech's China operations. He will now be responsible for growing the organisation from its base in Beijing.
The Crystal Aura Beach Resort and Spa in Kemer, Turkey, has installed a variety of world-class waterpark attractions developed by Polin.
Owned by the Kilit Group, the operators of Crystal Aura worked with Polin - which had also designed and installed waterparks at sister properties Crystal Sunset and Crystal Waterworld - to identify the perfect attractions to feature at the resort.
More than 62 million people visited Orlando in 2014, marking a new all-time record for the US travel industry, new data suggests.
According to Visit Orlando, the destination's official tourism association, visitation grew by 5% over 2013, cementing the region's position as the most visited area in the US.
On the evening of Saturday, June 20, Efteling theme park in the Netherlands will introduce a new and exclusive one-night event: Efteling Midsummer Night.
Taking place on the longest day of the year, the event will include intimate lounge terraces with snacks and cocktails, while all rides and attractions will remain open well into the night.
Scare Kingdom Scream Park in the UK has been named as 'alternative tourism experience of the year' by the Ribble Valley Tourism Association.
"We're so proud of what we've created with Scare Kingdom Scream Park, not only for the experience itself, but more so, for what the park has done for the local area in terms of bringing something brand new to the table," said Amanda Dowson, co-owner of Scare Kingdom Scream Park.