|Rider height||36 inch minimum|
|Manufacturer||Eyerly Aircraft Company|
|Capacity||16 per cycle|
The Rock-O-Plane is a flat ride first developed by American manufacturer, Eyerly Aircraft Company, in 1948.
Each Rock-O-Plane has 8 enclosed vehicles, seating a max of 16 riders per cycle. Inside each "cage" can be found a large metal ring, allowing riders to control their own rotations by pitching back or forward.
Some updated Rock-O-Plane's have modern, open-air vehicles.
Several Rock-O-Plane's have had recorded cases of their "cages" opening mid-ride.