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Site Clearance Begins For 2023 Europa Park Rollercoaster
Wednesday 4th May 2022
Since announcing the new rollercoaster Europa Park has been hard at work to clear the site ready for groundwork and for the installation of the ride. 

The old balloon ride called Flight of the Icarus has now been removed along with the Mission Astronaut and the absolutely huge satellite dish. Which if you look closely parts of it can still be seen around the site. With all of the rides and theming removed, you get a great view of some of the Halloween mazes and signs for the park Traumatica event. 

The whole area has been levelled out with green and red pegs placed in the ground, we expect this will be for foundations and drilling in the next few weeks. A themed fence has been added along the path that lines the construction site, with some light theming also added to it. With the new ride having an electric theme, a fake electric pipe has been added to the fence along with some hooks. 

We've also included a few zoomed out photos of the area to show how much different this area is going to look in the next few months. 

We cant wait to see this ride progress over the next few months. With us being UK based this might be our only unique article about the construction but we will repost photos from other sites when stuff happens. 

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Europa Park Submit Plans For 2023 Rollercoaster
Friday 22nd April 2022
Europa Park has submited plans for the new 2023 rollercoaster, this new ride will be similaer to Lost Gravit at Walibi Holland however the layout surgest that this new ride will be able to run upto 8 trains along with a long and crazy layout. 

The park is documenting the progress of this new ride on there media platofrm called Veejoy and is currently being disacigured as: 

Europa-Park continues to grow! Over the course of the next months, one of the most modern and spectacular rollercoasters in Europe will be developed in Germany’s most popular theme park.

https://www.veejoy.de/en/series/o-the-construction-documentary

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New Rollercoaster At Europa Park to open in 2023
Thursday 17th March 2022
Europa Park in Rust, Germany has announced today teasers surrounding their new rollercoaster arriving at the park for 2023.

In an announcement made by Michael Mack on Twitter, He introduced us to the new rollercoaster as well as provided a link to a video series that will be shown on VeeJoy, A streaming service that features documentaries and films about the park and even a few series showing the making of, like the one linked.

The description of the video translated states the following:

"Europa-Park keeps growing! In Germany's most popular amusement park, one of the most modern and spectacular coasters in Europe will be built in the coming months. In an exclusive, monthly VEEJOY documentation, two of the makers of the railway accompany the construction in real time - from the vision to the maiden voyage. In the middle of the action, personal, authentic."

The video shows two men on the site of the soon-to-be-built new area of the park, as well as showing off snippets of plans, rendered footage, etc. and in the video they explain that they will do a monthly series from May.

From the brief footage and the still image of the series, it seems that the rollercoaster will be a Mack Big Dipper, the same as Lost Gravity in Walibi Holland.

From the description of the series, we can already establish the name or possibly the codename of the attraction/area.

"Ω – THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION"

Ω is the Greek letter Omega, however, is also a reference to the measurement of currency, ohms. The new ride will be built in a new Croatia area of the park and is expected to open in 2023.

 

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Europa Park To Close 4 Rides For Future Development
Sunday 2nd January 2022
Europa Park has announced that 4 attractions will close on Sunday 9th January 2022. Michael Mack announced this change on Twitter this morning. 

https://twitter.com/MichaelMack/status/1477591817336107008

Nothing is more constant than change. Just one week left to enjoy the Jungle Raft Ride, Flight of the Icarus and Dreamtime Dome! Waving hand These three attractions close on Sunday and then make way for future exciting adventures. Winking face Are you ready?

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