Tony Hawk Pro Skater In Real Life- Skating Abandoned Airport

Tony Hawk Pro Skater In Real Life- Skating Abandoned Airport

Skateboarding

Tony Hawk Pro Skater In Real Life- Skating Abandoned Airport

By

Jake Wooten performs a frontside air at Red Bull Terminal Takeover in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA on 30 April, 2021. // SI202105070022 // Usage for editorial use only //

Red Bull skateboarder Jake Wooten had the insane opportunity to shred a skate park created in an abandoned terminal of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

I couldn’t help but make comparisons to Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 that had an airport level.

Being a Red Bull athlete must be a constant fever dream of insane marketing pitches you never dreamed imaginable.

Wanna skate an empty airport? No problem, just make sure to give a good “ahhh” for the camera after you take a sip of that tasty caffeine-packed beverage.

Red Bull Skateboarding“Now boarding, Jake Wooten in New Orleans, with the keys to an empty airport and a terminal full of dream features to skate. The baggage claims and escalators and VIP lounges are all fair game, without a single security guard in site. No lines, no crowds, no TSA — Jake had the entire airport to himself and a custom park build that looks like it’s straight out of a video game.”

Featured Image Credit: Jonathan Mehring / Red Bull Content Pool

More Unofficial Networks