Its been announced that Flamingo Land WILL be adding a Zamparela Volare to the former site of the corkscrew for the 2013 season the story reported as by riderater.co.uk (permission to post story on here has been granted)
Flamingo Land will install a Zamperla Volare flying roller coaster for its 2013 season, this website understands.
It will be positioned on the former site of the Corkscrew roller coaster, in the Metropolis area of the theme park.
It will accompany the addition of two further rides this year, whose identities are currently unknown.
The standard factory model Volare stands at approximately 20 meters above ground, which would not require planning permission from the local council.
Their trains seat four people, with the ride having a maximum theoretical throughput of around 600 per hour.
Rumors of the ride’s arrival have been circulating since late last year.
EDIT An Example of the volare can be found on this link- http://rcdb.com/9205.htm?p=35974 Also I'm Guessing that Flamingo Land have bought the volare that previously belonged to Elitch Gardens as it seams on RCDB that it has moved park. Just a thought.
Last edited by CoNNoR on Tue Jan 08, 2013 10:30 am.
I've heard some volare's aren't necessarily horrible, I mean I heard the one in Finland is tolerable, I'm hoping that Zamperla can find a way to make it a better ride, its been a couple of years since the last one and I'm hoping for the park's sake that its much better!
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