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Freedom Flyer

roller coaster
Freedom Flyer
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Fun Spot America
Location Orlando, Florida, USA
Status Operating since June 8, 2013
Cost $5.5 million
Statistics
Manufacturer Chance Rides
Designer / calculations Vekoma
Type Steel - Inverted - Family - Virtual reality
Model / product Suspended Family Coaster (395m)
Riders per train 20
Hourly capacity 758
Propulsion Friction wheel lift hill
Area 160.8 feet × 295.3 feet
Height64.3 feet
Top speed34.2 mph
Length1,295.9 feet
Inversions0
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Freedom Flyer is a steel family inverted roller coaster located at Fun Spot America in Orlando, Florida, USA. It opened on June 8, 2013 alongside White Lightning and Sea Serpent as part of a large expansion. It was built in the United States by Chance Rides under license from Dutch company Vekoma.

During IAAPA 2016, virtual reality provided by VRCoaster was trialed on Freedom Flyer. From 2017, four seats will offer a virtual reality experience based on the "Freedom Flyer" theme.[1]

Design[edit]

Yellow track and blue supports.

Trains[edit]

Single train with 10 cars. In each car, riders are arranged 2 across in a single row for a total of 20 riders per train. The trains have lapbar restraints.

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