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The Flying Dutchman is a series of steel flying roller coasters produced by Vekoma. It is the first flying roller coaster to offer inversions and the first to feature trains capable of seating multiple people.
As of 2014 Vekoma is still offering the Flying Dutchman with a slightly different track layout and a new train design.
Both the 843m Prototype and the 1018m feature the same elements, except for the final two inversions and the fly to lie element: the prototype model featured the fly to lie before the double corkscrew, whereas the 1018m has a double in-line twist before a 540° helix and then the fly to lie element.
|Batwing||Six Flags America||Upper Marlboro, Maryland, USA||1018m||June 16, 2000||Operating|
Mason, Ohio, USA
Aurora, Ohio, USA
|1018m|| May 26, 2007
May 26, 2001
Formerly Stealth and BORG Assimilator
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Santa Clara, California, USA
|843m Prototype|| March 20, 2004
April 1, 2000
Closed September 2, 2003
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|Discontinued||MK-700 (Enigma) • MK-1200 (Corkscrew with bayerncurve, Hurricane, Tilt Coaster, Tornado) • Illusion • Powered Coaster • Swinging Turns • Wooden Coaster|