Six Flags Magic Mountain suddenly closed Green Lantern: First Flight in 2017 without explanation. This roller coaster remained standing until it was removed and relocated to another Six Flags park in late-2019.
This was the first roller coaster of its kind in the United States. DC Comics Super Hero Green Lantern took form as an Intamin "4th Dimension" Zac Spin coaster with a unique vertical track layout. Riders spun their way down through 825-feet of track on unique trains that make three, 360-degree spins. By most accounts, this was a dreadfully painful ride and regarded by many as one of the "worst roller coasters" out there.
|2011||Steel||4th Dimension, Zac Spin||Intamin AG|
2018-2019 – Standing-But-Not-Operating (SBNO)
2017 – Final dates of operation
Features: 3 - 360-degree spins
The two-car trains straddle the track, so the two cars dare on opposite sides of the track.
Opening date: July 1, 2011
Train has two cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row, back-to-back.
Ride capacity: 800 passengers per hour
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