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  • Superman: The Ultimate Flight
    Superman: The Ultimate Flight
    Coaster Information: Unfortunately I never got to ride The Ultimate flight, we went in the summer season and it was jam packed with park visitors and there is no way I was going to wait nearly 2 hours to ride it! Nether the less I can give you an idea of what it is like.   Bolliger & Mabillard have made another awesome steel flying roller coaster themed to the popular comic book character “...
  • Nighthawk
    Nighthawk
    Coaster Information: The Nighthawk has to be in my top five must try roller coasters! Its great colors and its great style just makes it worth riding. Nighthawk is a steel flying roller coaster at Carowinds, located near Charlotte, North Carolina. They ride was originally based at California’s great America where it was named the Stealth, in 2002. It was designed and manufactured by Vekoma, ...
  • Firehawk
    Firehawk
    Coaster Information: The Firehawk roller coaster ias a steel Vekoma flying roller coaster! I do love these flying coasters! It’s in Kings Island based at Cincinnati, ohio. It was actually originally built at Six Flags World Adventure as X-Flight in the year 2001, the ride was manufactured by Vekoma. Due to low attendance at Geauga Lake, and fans of Kings Island wanting a new thrill attraction,...
  • Manta
    Manta
    Coaster Information: The Manta is a steel flying roller roller coaster based at Sea World, Orlando Florida, USA, which mimics the sensation of flight. In this case, it is meant to resemble how rays and mantas, in particular appear to “fly” through the oceans and seas they inhabit. Riders are seated upright on the trains, in one of eight rows that each holds four passengers, for a total...
  • Tatsu
    Tatsu
    Coaster Information: The Tatsu Roller Coaster is located in the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in the Samurai Summit section of the park, Tatsu translated from Japanese to English means “Dragon”, the name really does explain the style of this awesome coaster. Can you imagine the way a playful dragon would fly and swoop around in the air, if you can imagine that you are imagining t...