(CNN) — A curler coaster now beneath growth within the Center East is ready to smash present information for velocity, top and observe size.
Known as “Falcon’s Flight,” the journey would be the essential attraction of Six Flags Qiddiya, as a consequence of open in Saudi Arabia exterior of capital Riyadh in 2023.
In accordance with a press launch issued by the Qiddiya Funding Firm, which has partnered with US-headquartered Six Flags to construct the park, the coaster will journey throughout 4 kilometers (about 2.5 miles) of observe.
Riders will expertise the joys of diving over a vertical cliff right into a 160-meter-deep valley (525 toes) due to the usage of magnetic motor acceleration (LSM expertise), and “obtain unprecedented speeds of 250-plus km/h” — about 155 miles per hour.
“The Falcon’s Flight will even be the world’s tallest free-standing coaster construction, that includes a parabolic airtime hill permitting a weightlessness airtime expertise,” says the discharge.
As for the park, Six Flags Qiddiya will characteristic 28 rides and sights throughout six themed lands: The Metropolis of Thrills; Discovery Springs; Steam City; Twilight Gardens; Valley of Fortune; and Grand Exposition.
Appropriately, the Falcon’s Flight will likely be a part of the Metropolis of Thrills, together with Sirocco Tower, which would be the world’s tallest drop-tower journey.
Development on the park, positioned about 40 minutes from Riyadh, kicked off in 2018.
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The Falcon’s Flight is being designed by Intamin. Headquartered in Liechtenstein, it has been creating theme park sights for over 50 years and is behind lots of the world’s most well-known rides.
And at last, the longest curler coaster on the planet proper now could be the Metal Dragon 2000. Developed by D. H. Morgan Manufacturing, it may be discovered inside Japan’s Nagashima Spa Land amusement park in Nagashima, Kuwana.