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Re: Phantasialand

Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:21 pm

So, we now know exactly what the seating will look like on F.L.Y as this was spotted on the test track for the next generation Vekoma Flyers

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Photo courtesy of this site, the full album featuring the rest of the test site can be found here too
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Re: Phantasialand

Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:01 pm

Seeing some of the pictures posted by members on this topic, I think the theme of this new Coaster might be some kind of industrial theme a bit like Baron 1898 in Efteling... and those seats... I think they look better than Galactica's!
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Re: Phantasialand

Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:21 am

The seem to utilise a similar restraint locking system to the B&M flyers.
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Re: Phantasialand

Sun Sep 03, 2017 8:05 pm


Flying Coaster at the Vekoma Factory(1:15). Credit Midway Mayhem

As a fan of Dark rides and Flying coasters(And Vekoma's) I can't help but feel excited for F.L.Y and I hope I get the chance to ride it one day!
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Re: Phantasialand

Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:55 pm

Hey guys,

Was at the park over the last few days and it's weird to say that it seems easier to photograph the prototype the prototype at the Vekoma plant than to actually photograph the ride itself. It's like a military operation to keep that ride hidden.

What you can see of it, however, is massive. The cranes being used in it are immense and seem to be ready to do some heavy lifting which supports the theory that the LSM track is going to be a behemoth to behold.

As I said earlier, hard to get any photos of the actual ride, so just imagine the track used for Lech in red and upside down for now :lol
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