Jumbo Jet (Xavier Lapère)

Roller coaster in France
Jumbo Jet
Xavier Lapère (Travelling)
Location France
Status In storage
Operated 1992 to 2016 or later
Walibi Wavre
Location Wavre, Walloon Brabant, Wallonia, Belgium
Operated 1978 to 1991
Replaced by Calamity Mine
Kinzler (Travelling)
Location Germany
Operated 1975 to 1977
Manufacturer Schwarzkopf
Product City Jet
Designer / calculations Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Type Steel
Riders per train 6
Propulsion Spiral electric lift
Height 11 metres
Top speed 50 km/h
Length 415 metres
Inversions 0

Frozen was a steel roller coaster previously travelling with Xavier Lapère through France.


The ride was originally purchased by Kinzler, making the ride a travelling roller coaster. It was later bought by Walibi, where it opened at the park in 1978. It would continue operation until the end of the 1991 season, after which is was sold to travelling showmen Xavier Lapère. Lapère was planning to turn Babyland-Amiland in his own Walibi park; Walibi Ile-de-France. The project would eventually be canned and Lepère tried to regain his money with his travelling rides, including the Jumbo Jet. Lepère would eventually still gain ownership ow Babyland, and intended to open his Jumbo Jet and Jet in the park. Jumbo Jet has not been set up however, and is currently still in storage at Babyland. [1]



Colour scheme

Red track and green supports. The ride used to feature red track with yellow supports.


2 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged inline in 3 rows, for a total of 6 riders per train.


  1. "Old Jumbo Jet from Walibi Belgium Reemerges".

External links

Articles on Walibi Belgium