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Local Name:
الأعلام الستة دبي
04 Mar 2008
Construction Start:
03 Jul 2016
Dubai, UAE
19 ha
Dubai Parks & Resorts, Six Flags Inc.
Feasibility Study / Consultants:
Other Suppliers:
  1. Anonymous Guest
    Pictures from 2 months ago:

    Photo Credit: theparklifekid

  2. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Mar 2016
    Construction on the Six Flags theme park is progressing per plan and it is expected that DXB Entertainment will start drawing down on the available finance facility for the project towards the end of this year. At the end of the quarter seven ride agreements had been signed, and close to 90 per cent of the design works completed.

  3. Anonymous Guest
    Exactly, Six Flags is coming, funding is secured. And those pictures don't mean much. I went to IMG mid-march and the parking was looking like that as well. But there were people in the park (not much, but expected for a weekday). People tend to go out during the evening and on weekends.

  4. Anonymous Guest
    first of all, It is under construction secondly, the parks are newly opened and the parking a lot of dubai parks is inside not near the gate, I went their last weekend and it was crowded.

    the agreement is already singed and is been followed up by hh sheikh mohammed bin rashed, so plz no more rumors

  5. Anonymous Guest
    Don't expect Six Flags to see the light of the day.

    The Theme Park Guy has just posted this on Twitter:

    Dubai Parks and IMG parking lots are deserted!


  6. Anonymous Guest
    The different packages for the project are being tendered, so it will still be a while before you'll see actual progress on site.

  7. Anonymous Guest
    This appears to be rather slow progress since groundbreaking:

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  10. Anonymous Guest
    the people who were let go were from high positions as VP's down to low levels
    Even theme park GM's were laid off. DPR turnover is so much lower than expected, they were too expensive.

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