Six Flags over Texas Removing Two Rides

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  1. Since Six Flags over Texas is tight-lipped about the reason, we were wondering whether it’s because of the safety concerns on the rides. I think they’re doing the right thing if there were issues with the rides when they are likely to endanger people. I really look forward to Six Flags coming up with new and unique attractions for all the thrill seekers in Texas. Labor Day weekend (if only it’s not too crowded!) would be a great day to stop by.

  2. SFOT Thrill Seeker says:

    SFOT is my home park and I am hoping for a B&M Flying, B&M Wing, B&M Floorless, or Zac Spin. And I agree that seems like the perfect place for a X-Flight

  3. John says:

    @GetOnlineTexas I don’t think the removal is due to safety concerns, as there is another parachute tower similar to Texas Chute Out operating at a Six Flags park in New Jersey, and there are countless Boomerang (Flashback) coaster models operating across the globe. I have a feeling that both of these attractions were sitting on valuable park real estate that make for a large addition (perhaps a coaster), and were no longer drawing the crowds that warranted them remaining open. Correct me if I’m wrong, though!

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