Falcon's Flight Roller Coaster
Falcon’s Flight will be the world’s tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster when it opens at Six Flags Qiddiya & Intamin in Saudia Arabia some time during 2023. The track alone spans 13,000-feet, or 2.5-miles, complete with a 655-foot climb followed by a 525-foot drop. It will reach speeds of up to 156 mph as guests are dropped at a 90-degree angle. There are several steep inclines before it reaches the final banked helix.

This 79-acre Six Flags theme park will include 27 other attractions, like Sirocco Tower, which is touted as the world’s tallest drop-tower ride, and Sea Stallion, an interactive attraction that enables riders to control the speed of a horse-like ride vehicle.

LEGO Creator Expert Roller Coaster 10261 Building Kit (4124 Pieces)
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Briksmax Led Lighting Kit for Roller Coaster - Compatible with Lego 10261 Building Blocks Model- Not Include The Lego Set
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We want to do things that have not been done before.’ At the moment, the new park looks set to do this with its record-breaking attractions. It will take time for the outside world to understand. Qiddiya and other projects will create curiosity and an appetite to visit. When people come, they will realize it’s different than what they thought,” said Philippe Gas, CEO of Qiddiya.

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