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FlyOver Canada's 'Soar Over China' returns for a limited time

DH Vancouver Staff Apr 10, 2014 10:24 am

Due to overwhelming popular demand, FlyOver Canada is bringing back its double feature of FlyOver Canada and Flight of the Dragon for a limited time. Guests will be able to see both Flight of the Dragon and FlyOver Canada back-to-back for the same regular admission ticket price.

First, follow a mythical dragon as you soar over some of China’s most spectacular landscapes and scenery during Flight of the Dragon. Then, stay seated and take off again to experience FlyOver Canada, a thrilling ride that takes you east to west across Canada.

Flight of the Dragon is 6 minutes long and is immediately followed by the 8 minute FlyOver Canada ride.

What is FlyOver Canada?

Since its inaugural flight in summer 2013, FlyOver Canada at Canada Place has quickly become one of Vancouver’s must-see attractions. The flight simulation ride has received exceedingly positive reviews, earning 4.5 out of 5 stars on Trip Advisor based on more than 300 reviews.

Passengers are strapped into seats with hydraulics that lift them in front of a massive 20-metre wide half-spherical dome screen that simulates a one-of-a-kind virtual flight experience over stunning landscapes.

The entire flight plan takes approximately 30-minutes, which includes a pre-show, the boarding time, and the two rides (limited time only).

See both Flight of the Dragon and FlyOver Canada!

Dates & Times: Daily between April 10 to May 2, 2014 (except Easter weekend: April 18 to 21) from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., commencing every 20 minutes.

Location: At the Canada Place pier (999 Canada Place, Vancouver)

Regular Admission: Adult $19.95; Student /Youth /Senior $17.95; Child $14.95 plus applicable taxes


Phone: 604-620-8455

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