I agree, but they are working on a Nemesis retrack, indoor coaster / ride, Dual retheme, and potentially NST reopening... Maybe the time just isn't right.Surely after three years of renting these cheap-looking fairground rides they could have bought some actual new rides for the park? It was fine for a filler year after COVID-19, but they've outstayed their welcome...
I agree, but they are working on a Nemesis retrack, indoor coaster / ride, Dual retheme, and potentially NST reopening... Maybe the time just isn't right.
Also, when all 4 of those open, they will either bring brand new capacity, or will be more popular due to the makeover, and create capacity that way, so the need for retro squad won't be quite as high. They could then work on adding one of two permanent flats the following season.
Illusions with all that oil money?
Only in areas they operate presumably... It's a Warner Brothers I.P everywhere else.I must say, I’m surprised that Universal are allowing that… I thought they had the exclusive theme park rights to Potter? Or am I making that up?
Its probably a lot more selective than that ; Harry Potter theme park in Osaka, Harry Potter studio attraction tour thing (being built) just up the Shinkansen in TokyoOnly in areas they operate presumably... It's a Warner Brothers I.P everywhere else.
Hence WB Studio Tour existing in the UK
SFOG launch is coming very soon is my guessSo Six flags had there 3rd quarter meeting. They still are not doing great will a loss of 21% in revenue but the CEO has done a 180 and had this to say.
"While in park amenities and events are our primary focus in 2023. We’ll continue to add new record breaking coasters to our parks over time. And we’ll look forward to some exciting announcements on this front in the near-future."
I dont trust him but its good to here coasters are not off the table, hope we do see some Investments come to the parks.
See the full transcript here: Source
Kennywood is teasing something for 2023
Edit: Based on a survey sent out earlier this year it may be a Gerstlauer Sky Roller located where Volcano once stood. Just speculation at this point, though.
Well RES are back with an updated version of the Wave Twist L, the Type Z.
Thats pretty much a powered shuttle coaster in my eyes, so credit I guess.