New update from Tobi on PhantaFriends.de: More track has been installed so 1000m have now been surprassed. To clarify the position of the inversion mentioned in the previous update it is not directly before the brakes but shortly before; there is a 180° curve between it and the brake run. Another new rail has been attached to a bit of track that passes by above this inversion. And after the 1st launch a new track part has also been added. Further supports are being erected with 3 already standing fully completed for track to be attached. Tobi estimates a total of 1014m of track currently stands. Of course we do not know yet how long F.L.Y. is however if it were to only be slightly longer than Flying Dinosaur then around about 90% of track is installed. Concrete is finally being poured on the final section of untouched ground in the area. This space (seen bottom right in the over the fence site pictures) had until now been used for the storage of supports, rebar and building materials. Almost certainly these foundations will include a lot of footers (especially as both launches point in that direction) allowing for the completion of F.L.Y.'s layout. As seen in a post on the previous page the staff car park is now being used for storing supports. Given that the final coaster foundations are being worked on and that the park will need to clear and use that car park again I think there's a good possibility that F.L.Y.'s track might be finished before 1st April when the new season starts. The room previously mentioned above the underground maintenance hall has formed into a whole building which is receiving a sloped roof. EDIT: PhantaFriends user JoJoCo_0218 has found a EUIPO trademark for "Charles Lindbergh" the classifications would match a hotel however as the application is still under consideration there's no mention of Phantasialand on the page yet, so we cannot say for sure that its for Rookburgh's hotel. (Although I'd question what the chances are of anyone else in Germany secretly trademarking that name, lets be honest.) https://euipo.europa.eu/eSearch/#details/trademarks/017981439 The name being used for the application has an address in Cologne (near the park) and interestingly also filed under that name is a trademark for "Uhrwerk" along with logo: The trademark classification for an eatery and the knife and fork in the image it is undoubtedly for a restaurant. It was filed the same day the new application for F.L.Y., with its logo, was (05.02.2019). https://euipo.europa.eu/eSearch/#details/trademarks/018019385 The clockwork theme and imagery style would work with the steampunk theme. Whether the restaurant is part of the area or hotel is unknown. However none of Hotel Ling Bao and Hotel Matamba's restaurants are separately trademarked so it would be a first if Lindbergh's was. Meanwhile Rutmor's Taverne in Klugheim is trademarked.