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  1. Anonymous Guest
    Ominous that Premursa's ( the developer) website is "not available" three options

    1 They are just up dating the website
    2 They have gone bust or binned the project
    3 They preparing for a major announcement about funds in place and commencement of work.


    I hope with every finger and toe crossed that it is option 3!!

  2. Anonymous Guest
    Premursa are still confident as they are still saying early 2015 start

  3. Anonymous Guest
    It is unbelievable the mess they have made trying to build and get operational an airport, they never negotiated the details of the closure of San Javier before they started to build Corvera. I think they thought the boom would last for ever and did not do appropriate planning or business modelling around what-if's.

    Of the two projects which under pinned Corvera airport one is dead and Paramount Park is on life life support with the team considering pulling the plug as no investors yet..

    Happy New Year!!

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  5. Anonymous Guest
    They are flying calibration flights into Corvera airport in preparation to open next Spring. Once this opening is announced it should unlock the Paramount project, fingers crossed.

  6. Anonymous Guest
    The marker post shown is an underground pipeline taking Petrol/Distillate between Cartagena and the refinery at Puertollano.

    The name on the post is Repsol so nothing to do with the theme park.

  7. Join Date
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    Taken on 6th December.

    Markers have been placed in areas and an area for water has been constructed.





  8. Anonymous Guest
    I think the comment is Ironic /wishful thinking as nothing is happening on site.

    Most of the focus is on the Corvera airport saga, which I believe is a precursor for any theme park announcements as it is so close. This assuming that they can raise the finance ( big assumption).

    However, things in Spain are on the up house prices have bottomed out and are on the way up, international finance is buying up property from Bankia( the toxic bank) and the economy is doing well ( second best in the Euro zone) so that may mean investors are more interested in the project.

    I still think it is a better idea then building one on the side of the muddy Thames, the weather is better to, today :-

    London 8C day and -1C tonight

    Murcia 20C day and 8 C tonight

    I know which one I would like to be on doing 60 MPH on a roller coaster!!

  9. Anonymous Guest
    Where are the pictures?

  10. Anonymous Guest
    Someone post a picture of the trucks rolling in to build the park...

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