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Published on Jan 31, 2018
Guinness World Records confirmed the length of the Jebel Jais Flight measures at at 2.8 kilometers – the equivalent to over 28 soccer fields – which beats the previous 2.2km world record in Puerto Rico by a full 600 metres of extra heart-pumping adrenaline.
The Jebel Jais Flight - the world’s longest zipline is located at more than 1,680 meters above sea-level and with a cable that weighs in at over six tonnes. Thrill-seekers will be suspended above the mountain as they prepare to take the flight headfirst in a ‘superman’ style position. Friends and family will travel on parallel cables at top speeds of up to 120kph to 150kph on this extreme adventure experience set in the rugged rocky mountain terrain.
The experience will see participants fitted with a special harness for the adventure, with the longest flight itself taking approximately two to three minutes. Once completed, guests will finish the bucket list flight on a unique suspended landing platform where they will be transferred to a second line, measuring in at 1 km, to complete their journey back to the ground. The zipline will be able to accommodate 200 people a day (100,000 per year).