Jet Star (James Montalétang)

Roller coaster in France
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Jet Star
James Montalétang
Location Travelling
Status Operating since March 30, 2018
Holly Park
Location Échemiré, Pays de la Loire, France
Operated July 2001 to 2014
Location Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Operated 1969 to 1993
Manufacturer Schwarzkopf
Product Jet Star
Type Steel
Riders per train 4
Hourly capacity 800
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Area 27 metres × 44 metres
Height 13.5 metres
Top speed 50 km/h
Length 538 metres
Inversions 0
Duration 1:00

Jet Star is a travelling steel roller coaster ownd by French showman James Montalétang.


The roller coaster began operation in 1969 at Prater in Austria. It closed in 1993 and subsequently reopened at Holly Park in Échemiré, Pays de la Loire, France in July 2001. It closed with the park after the 2014 season. After a refurbishment, the coaster now travels.


The ride is themed to the Winter Olympics bobsled event and has a large recreation of the Olympic Rings, somewhat like Olympia Looping. It has turquoise supports and white track. The theme was added before opening at Holly Park. It originally had red supports and red track.


Single cars. Riders are arranged inline in 4 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car.

External links

  • Jet Star on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
Articles on Prater