The Disney Skyliner has reopened today after being closed for a little over a week. It closed due to an accident that happened on October 5 and stranded guests for more than three hours. Disney shut the Skyliner down and resumed testing to figure why the accident happened.
The Disney Skyliner has had an accident and now the gondolas are being evacuated. Guests posting on Twitter have said that they have been stuck on the Skyliner for a couple of hours.
Today is the day! Disney’s new transportation system, the Disney Skyliner, is officially open to the public!
The Disney Skyliner is set to open on September 29, 2019 and guests are getting excited to take their first ride. Adding to the excitement, Disney shared a video which gives the first look at the views from the gondolas. Continue reading
Disney has been working on the Skyliner for a while now and the excitement has been building for guests as they see the gondolas being tested. Lots of people have been wondering when they would be able to try out the Skyliner and now we have an opening date.
During my recent visit to Disney World I got to see the progress that has been made on the Skyliner. It’s coming along nicely and it will be exciting to try it out when it opens this fall.
Disney’s Skyliner system is going to be a fun and unique way for guests to travel around Disney World property. The Skyliner is scheduled to open in the fall, but Disney has been giving fans a closer look by revealing more information and pictures.
Guests who have traveled to Disney World recently have seen the testing of the Disney Skyliner. This testing is increasing the anticipation of the opening of the new transportation system.
Exciting news! Disney has started testing the Disney Skyliner gondolas, bringing the opening date closer and closer.
It was recently announced that the Disney Skyliner will open sometime next fall, which is around the same time that Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will open in Hollywood Studios (late fall 2019). The new gondola system will have five stops on property, connecting four resort hotels and two theme parks.