The family run trampoline park, which also has a laser tagging area will be housed in the 35,000 square foot space, which formerly was occupied by Mecca Bingo on Little Horton Lane
Director of the newly opened Airo Bounce, Hardeep Singh told Asian Sunday: “As a family man myself, I wanted to create a fun space for families to come and have some fun and create some amazing fun memories.
“Our centre which apart from trampolines, inflatables, also includes a laser tagging centre, soft play area, arcade games and a deli and dessert lounge area.
I am delighted to be investing in Bradford it’s a warm and thriving city.”
The opening of the centre has brought life back into the Little Horton area as well as creating 15 jobs.
The centre was officially opened on Saturday by Lord Mayor Zafar Ali, who seemed to have immense fun sampling out the trampolines and the halal cuisine that was on offer at the Airo Bounce Cafe.
For more information visit www.airobounce.co.uk