inverted loop

inverted loop

A loop with the upper wing surfaces on the outside, instead of the inside, of the curved flight path; sometimes called an outside loop or a bunt. The aircraft is under negative g throughout the maneuver. See outside loop.
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Over there you can experience the world's fastest rollercoaster, Formula Rossa, and ride the Flying Aces, the world's steepest, fastest, and tallest inverted loop.
Pass holders will experience the world's fastest rollercoaster, Formula Rossa, and ride the record-breaking Flying Aces with the world's steepest, fastest, and tallest inverted loop, along with the many other one-of-a-kind experiences and attractions.
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