World-famous illusionist Criss Angel stopped by the high-flying attraction with his partner Shaunyl and their two children Johnny Crisstopher and Xristos Yanni. Angel and his family experienced the flight ride film, Legendary Iceland.
While in Las Vegas for the grand opening of the Jonas Family-owned restaurant Nellie’s Southern Kitchen and a series of shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM, musician Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers also visited FlyOver Las Vegas, the city’s new flight ride adventure. Accompanied by Lili Reinhart from the hit television show “Riverdale” and Daren Kagasoff from “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” the group adventured to the land of fire and ice and enjoyed the attraction’s flight ride film, Legendary Iceland.
Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos, known professionally as Criss Angel is the star, creator and director of MINDFREAK and creator and producer of AMYSTIKA at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.
FlyOver provides guests with an exhilarating flight ride over some of Iceland’s most iconic natural wonders, hard-to-reach locations and picturesque scenery. Riders glide over nearly 30 different landmarks and locations throughout the Icelandic region including the Aldeyjarfoss waterfall, the Markarfljótsgljúfur Canyon, Þrídrangar Island, the Mælifell volcano, the Dyrhólaey cliffs and more.
Created by parent company Pursuit, FlyOver uses a state-of-the-art moving platform with six degrees of motion that lets guests soar and feel every sweeping movement of the ride. Special effects like wind, mist and scents enhance the experience as guests are suspended with their feet dangling in the air.
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The attraction also features the newest flight ride film, The Real Wild West, where visitors are immersed in the breathtaking settings of the American West. Riders can glide over landmarks including Zion National Park, Monument Valley, Lake Tahoe, the Grand Canyon, the Las Vegas Strip and 17 other iconic destinations during the film.
The attraction is open Monday – Sunday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Tickets start at $36 for adults and locals receive 30 percent off ticket prices. Children must be at least 40 inches tall to ride.
For tickets and more information, please visit flyoverlasvegas.com.