Last call for boarding! Flying School roller coaster at LEGOLAND Florida Resort will make its final flight on Aug. 16, National Roller Coaster Day. After years of thrilling twists, and adrenaline-pumping drops, the Flying School roller coaster at LEGOLAND Florida Resort is ready to bid farewell. As the iconic ride prepares for its final flight on August 16th, a day known worldwide as National Roller Coaster Day.
Since its grand opening in 2011, the Flying School has captured the hearts of countless thrill-seekers from all corners of the globe.
The inverted steel coaster is one of the original rides at Cypress Gardens Adventure Park. It lets guests take flight into the LEGOLAND skies. This summer, it will fly through the clouds for the last time to make room for something even better in the future.
No additional or official information was mentioned from LEGOLAND Florida as to what might be replacing the Flying School roller coaster. The anticipation grew among LEGOLAND enthusiasts as they eagerly awaited news of the upcoming attraction that would fill the void left by the retiring Flying School roller coaster. With no additional information provided by LEGOLAND Florida, speculation ran wild within the theme park community.
Rumors began to circulate about possible themes for this mysterious new addition. Some speculated a thrilling dark ride, taking guests on an immersive journey through a LEGO-themed world filled with adventure and excitement.
National Roller Coaster Day marks its farewell journey, so celebrate by taking one last spin on this epic flight of thrills!
Stay tuned to LEGOLAND in Florida for more updates on this new addition and let us know in the comments below what you think should replace the Flying School roller coaster.