*IF* the bankruptcy has any major impact on Starliner, I think we'll find out that the completion of Flying Turns results in *the dynamic duo* being shipped up to L-A-M-A to finish Meteor first....it was my *belief/understanding* PRIOR to the bankruptcy that the Starliner project was "on-deck", so to speak. Given the situation at L-A-M-A, and the fact that it's considerably smaller than Starliner, AND the filing from Cypress - MIGHT happen that Meteor will be the next destination for "F&A"... ;)
edit: Assuming my ^pure conjecture^ turns out to have some merit, then 2008, as Rob said, becomes a MUCH more likely scenario for Starliner...I figure Turns will be up and operating, and not need *babysitting* beyond May '07...
*** Edited 9/28/2006 2:40:51 PM UTC by rollergator***
Fabulous coaster, my first visit I wasn't THAT impressed, more along the lines of Lake Winnie's, fun but not *thrilling*. Upon my second (and final) trip to Miracle Strip, Starliner indeed impressed me ALOT. Might be my favorite John Allen ride (I *think* I have all of his US rides that currently run or have recently run). Please note, however, that I never got to ride the REAL Mister Twister...
*** Edited 9/28/2006 4:41:08 PM UTC by rollergator***
Best tunnel hop EVER. Starliner threw me on TOP of the seat divider, and I think is the only woodie to do that to me except for Phoenix. I hope CG kept the dragon facade and will include it and the tunnel when this baby gets resurrected.
Your forgetting screechin eagle witch would actually toss you over the seat divider into the other seat :)
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