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Spanish theme park Parque de Atracciones has launched an investigation after two trains collided on one of its rides, affecting 33 people. The incident, which ... More
Merlin Entertainments has revealed its end of year results, with £1.43bn (US$1.76bn, €1.66bn) in revenue capping off a strong year for the operator despite having ... More
Alton Towers has announced that between 60 and 70 jobs are to go as the theme park continues to suffer from the fallout of the ... More
Merlin Entertainments enjoyed an 11 per cent revenue increase over the past year despite last year’s Smiler crash and the “incredibly difficult” trading conditions of ... More
Merlin Entertainments has been fined £5m (US$6.5m, €5.7m) after last year’s horrific Smiler crash at Alton Towers, an accident which left five visitors with life-changing ... More
Merlin Entertainments has been to court today for health and safety breaches in relation to last year’s Smiler rollercoaster crash which left two people needing ... More
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Alton Towers operator Merlin is due in court today for a verdict on the Smiler rollercoaster crash which left two people needing leg amputations and ... More
Last year’s Smiler accident at Alton Towers has had a notable impact on European theme park statistics, negatively affecting a “healthy market”, according to AECOM ... More
The safety of attractions in the US has been pushed into the spotlight following a week in which rides caused the death of one child ... More
Merlin Entertainments is forecasting a boost in profits as a result of the fall in value of the pound stemming from Britain’s decision to leave ... More
Nine children and two adults have been hospitalised after Scotland’s only inverted rollercoaster derailed and crashed at the M&D’s theme park in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire. ... More
Following the guilty plea from Merlin Entertainments related to last year’s Smiler rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has released ... More
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Alton Towers owner Merlin Entertainments has pleaded guilty in court to breaking health and safety laws in relation to the Smiler rollercoaster crash that seriously ... More
Merlin Entertainments has released its end of year results, showing generally robust earnings as pre-tax profits edged up 0.3 per cent, despite the immediate and ... More
Alton Towers has confirmed plans to launch the UK’s first ever virtual reality rollercoaster, rebranding its Air ride as Galactica for the all-new space-themed VR ... More
With Merlin bosses hoping to rekindle interest in Alton Towers after a poor summer, the UK theme park has revealed a teaser for “Something Exciting!”, ... More
A rollercoaster crash which seriously injured a number people, including two people who underwent leg amputations, was the result of human error when an operator ... More
Alton Towers is to cut around ten per cent of its work force following a drop in revenue in the wake of its serious Smiler ... More
After suggesting that the rollercoaster crash that seriously injured four people in June could affect profits by up to £50m (US$77.6m, €70m), Alton Towers operator ... More
After costing parent company Merlin Entertainments around £50m (US$77.6m, €70m) in profits following the Smiler accident, Alton Towers has revealed multi-million pound plans for a ... More
Merlin Entertainments has said the rollercoaster crash that seriously injured four people in June could affect profits by up to £50m (US$77.6m, €70m), with the ... More
A 17-year-old-girl – one of five hospitalised after the Smiler crash at Alton Towers – has had to have her leg amputated following the tragic ... More
Alton Towers has reopened six days after a horrific accident on the park’s Smiler left four people seriously injured. The park reopened at 10:00 GMT ... More
Following the incident at Alton Towers, which saw a carriage full of people crash into an empty one on the Smiler, four rollercoasters operated by ... More
Merlin Entertainments’ chief executive, Nick Varney, has said Alton Towers will remain closed until the cause of the Smiler accident that left 16 people injured ... More
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