As the title reads Dubai‘s big wheel, Ain Dubai is now really close to its completion. It progresses with development as it’s first capsule gets installed on it.
“Ain Dubai is shaping up well and has successfully installed its first capsule on to the wheel this weekend,” said a representative. “Over the coming period, the remaining 47 capsules are scheduled for gradual installation.”
The information they gave as relayed above is clear, although what isn’t clear is the completion and cost of Ain Dubai, as the representative “While we are extremely excited to bring Ain Dubai into full swing and welcome our very first passengers, we can only announce the completion date in due course.”
The representative added that Ain Dubai would adhere to “appropriate social distancing practices”.
Each capsule of the 48 will be able to hold a total of 40 passengers. This means Ain Dubai or all 48 capsules of it will be able to accommodate about 1920 tourists in one session.
250-metre high, Ain Dubai which located in Bluewaters Island off Jumeirah Beach Residence will become the world’s highest of it kind when completed being more than 80m taller than the 167m High Roller ferris wheel in Las Vegas. With its first capsule installed, the mighty Dubai observation wheel is very close to completion. It was supposed to have been completed for the now postponed Expo 2020 which was slated for October. The world-exposition event was postponed over the Coronavirus pandemic.
When open to the world, the attraction will underline Bluewaters Island and add one more world-renowned attraction to the Dubai.