Current Top 100 rank None
Height 62 feet / 18.9 meters
Track length 2,612 feet / 796.1 meters
Notes The "Flyer", was designed by Joe McKee of New York and built, maintained and operated by Bill Davis of Conklin's Canada Shows. Constructed at a cost of $200,000. On a good day it would carry over 26,000 screaming people. During its 39 years of operation well over 9 million passengers rode the Flyer. Eventually, newer and faster rides found increased favour with the thrill-seeking public and the Flyer's aging wooden frame was demolished in June 1992.
Ride types Wood

Location and name history

Name Park Opened Closed
Flyer Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) 1953 1992

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