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{{Infobox
{{Infobox roller coaster
|Box title =Crystal Wing
|units        = metric
|image =Video:Crystal Wing - Happy Valley - OnRide - 480p
|video        = LYG31Ujz0VU <!-- Youtube video ID -->
|imagewidth =300
|image       = File:Crystal Wing (Happy Valley Beijing) 2012 01.jpg
|Row 1 title =Park
|name        = Crystal Wing
|Row 1 info =[[Happy Valley (Beijing)|Happy Valley]]
|park        = [[Happy Valley (Beijing)|Happy Valley]]
|Row 2 title =Location
|location    = Chaoyang, Beijing, China
|Row 2 info =Chaoyang, Beijing, China
|country      = China
|Row 3 title =Opened
|status      = operating
|Row 3 info =July,9,2006
|opened      = 9 July 2006
|Row 4 title =Manufacturer
|closed      =
|Row 4 info =[[Bolliger & Mabillard]]
|cost        =  
|Row 5 title =Type
|manufacturer = [[Bolliger & Mabillard]]
|Row 5 info =[[Flying]]
|builder      =
|Row 6 title =Model
|designer    =
|Row 6 info =[[Superman (Model)|Superman]]
|category1    = Steel
|Row 7 title =Riders Per Train
|category2    = Flying
|Row 7 info =32
|category3    =
|Row 8 title =Height
|category4    =  
|Row 8 info =106 feet
|model        = [[Flying Coaster]] (Superman)
|Row 9 title =Drop
|riders/train = 28
|Row 9 info =100 feet
|riders/hour  =  
|Row 10 title =Speed
|lift/launch  = [[Chain lift]] hill
|Row 10 info =51 mph
|height      = 32.3
|Row 11 title =[[Inversions]]
|drop        = 30.5
|Row 11 info =2
|speed        = 82.1
|length      = 852.8
|duration    =  
|inversions  = 2
|angle        =  
|g-force      =  
}}
}}
Crystal Wing is a [[Bolliger & Mabillard]] [[flying]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Happy Valley (Beijing)|Happy Valley]] in Chaoyang, Beijing, China. Crystal Wing opened in 2006, unlike most [[Superman (Model)|"Superman: Ultimate Flight" coasters]].
'''Crystal Wing''' is a [[steel]] [[flying]] [[roller coaster]] located at [[Happy Valley (Beijing)|Happy Valley]] in Chaoyang, Beijing, China. Crystal Wing was built by [[Bolliger & Mabillard]] and opened in 2006. It is a clone of [[Superman Ultimate Flight (Six Flags Over Georgia)|Superman Ultimate Flight]] at [[Six Flags Over Georgia]] and is the only clone not to have a ''Superman'' theme.
[[Category:Roller Coasters]]
==Design==
Between 2010 and 2012, the colour scheme was changed from brown [[track]] with purple [[supports]] to yellow track with blue supports.
===Trains===
{{trains
|type=train
|no/trains=2
|no/cars=7
|across=4
|rows=1
}}
 
==Images==
<gallery mode="packed">
File:Crystal Wing (Happy Valley Beijing) 2016 02.jpg|The queue line
File:Crystal Wing (Happy Valley Beijing) 2016 01.jpg|View of the lift hill
</gallery>
 
==External links==
{{RCDB|link=https://rcdb.com/3141.htm}}
[[Category:Roller coasters manufactured by Bolliger & Mabillard]]
[[Category:Roller coasters opened in 2006]]
[[Category:Flying Coaster (Superman)]]

Latest revision as of 22:56, 29 August 2022

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Crystal Wing
Crystal Wing (Happy Valley Beijing) 2012 01.jpg
Happy Valley
Location Chaoyang, Beijing, China
Status Operating since 9 July 2006
Statistics
Manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard
Product Flying Coaster (Superman)
Type Steel - Flying
Riders per train 28
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 32.3 metres
Drop 30.5 metres
Top speed 82.1 km/h
Length 852.8 metres
Inversions 2
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Crystal Wing is a steel flying roller coaster located at Happy Valley in Chaoyang, Beijing, China. Crystal Wing was built by Bolliger & Mabillard and opened in 2006. It is a clone of Superman Ultimate Flight at Six Flags Over Georgia and is the only clone not to have a Superman theme.

Design

Between 2010 and 2012, the colour scheme was changed from brown track with purple supports to yellow track with blue supports.

Trains

2 trains with 7 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 4 across in a single row, for a total of 28 riders per train.

Images

External links