Six Flags today announced plans for the most ambitious thrill ride ever created — Falcon’s Flight, which will be the world's tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster.
Breaking News! Six Flags #Qiddiya, Saudi’s first theme park, will feature several record-breaking rides. Hold onto your seats tight and experience the longest, tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world, “Falcon’s Flight”!#QiddiyaSoMuchMore— Qiddiya - ?????? (@qiddiya) August 26, 2019
I'm still looking for the specs on the ride, but taking Six Flags' word for it, Falcon’s Flight likely will be the premier attraction at the new Six Flags Qiddiya park, which was announced today in Riyadh. Themed lands in the park will include:
"The Six Flags brand began in 1961 when we opened as our first park, Six Flags Over Texas, which was themed according to the six flags that once flew over Texas. At Six Flags Qiddiya, we return to that heritage by creating six immersive lands designed for Saudis of all ages who seek family entertainment experiences steeped in their rich culture and history. We are thrilled to be part of a project of such scale and scope and are proud to celebrate this milestone with Qiddiya," David McKillips, President of Six Flags International Development Company, said.
"Our vision is to make Six Flags Qiddiya a theme park that delivers all the thrills and excitement that audiences from all over the world have come to expect from the Six Flags brand, and to elevate those experiences with authentic themes connected to the location. As a place that will create indelible memories and moments of delight, telling stories that resonate with our guests is a central notion that will be evident throughout Qiddiya," said Michael Reininger, the former Disney executive who now serves as Chief Executive Officer of Qiddiya Investment Company.
Six Flags Qiddiya is set to open in 2023.Tweet
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