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All Systems Go – FLY LINQ Ready For Flight On Nov. 9

Last updated: September 12, 2018 at 6:57 pm. Posted by in The LINQ, Things to Do in Las Vegas. 1 Comment on All Systems Go – FLY LINQ Ready For Flight On Nov. 9.

You know that old schoolyard debate of “flight vs. invisibility?” As in, which super power you’d rather have?

As a “flight” kid myself, the latest attraction coming to the Las Vegas Strip is both awesome news and another point for invisibility being for sneaky weirdos (don’t @ me).

At long last, FLY LINQ, the Strip’s first and only zipline is scheduled to open Friday, Nov. 9, allowing guests to soar 114 feet above The LINQ Promenade. The project broke ground in spring 2018.

Fly LINQ Zipline Las Vegas

The Fly LINQ zipline at The LINQ Promenade - fly 12 stories above the Las Vegas Strip

Rendering of FLY LINQ at The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Las Vegas Strip Zipline

Ten parallel ziplines, which can launch independently or simultaneously, will zip guests along a 1,121-foot-long path over the central Strip entertainment, shopping and dining district, from the Las Vegas Strip end all the way to the High Roller end.

Guests will take off from a 114-foot-tall tower, landing near the High Roller Observation Wheel. For comfort and convenience, guests can fly in either a seated or superhero position.

Although you won’t be cleared for takeoff for another two months, you can book tickets ahead of time at FLYLINQ.com. While you wait, hype yourself up with some of these progress photos:

Learn more about Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas attractions.

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Jorge has been writing in Las Vegas for about a decade, covering a mix of entertainment, nightlife and travel offerings for publications like Best of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Louisville Voice-Tribune. In his spare time, he's traveling, at pub trivia or not playing his stack of video games.

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One Response

  1. Mr.Riggins

    Yes !!!!!
    I’m all over this, I’ve never been zip lining before and The Linq will be the first!

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