EVERYTHING You Need to Know About the Disney World Skyliner!

Disney World’s NEWEST transportation option, the Disney Skyliner, opens THIS WEEK and we’ve got all the details for you today, on DFB Guide!

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12 Comments

  1. Kathleen Hamilton

    September 18, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    I’m upset because I’m going to WDW in October but I’m staying at a Disney resort. The resort I am staying at has a shuttle that drops off at the main entrance of Epcot. And I was really hoping to take the Skyliner from Epcot to Hollywood studios. I also didn’t pay for park hopper so I feel stuck:(

    Any suggestions on how I can take the Skyliner?

  2. Can you do a video on what to do at Disney World while Pregnant?

  3. Does anyone know if there will be any sort of indication in the My Disney Experience App regarding wait times for the gondola? For example, if you are staying at Art of Animation, it would be good to know before walking all the way to the gondola if there is a long line/wait vs just going to the front of the resort and taking a bus to HS or Epcot.

  4. heatherschalk1228

    September 18, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Can’t wait!! I’ll be there the day they open at Caribbean Beach! Soooo excited!!

  5. Will this be free transportation?

  6. I still think they should put a GIANT ticktock croc in the lake they go over.. lol

  7. I’ll be staying at Art of Animation from 09/28-10/06 just to test this out, so these updates are appreciated. This is the first I’ve heard of the exact routes ( AoA to Carrib then to HS ) so that’s super helpful to know, thanks! Touching down in a transfer station for the Riviera but just passing through sounds kind of pic worthy, hope I get a few. I’m optimistic that the 11mph will be enough breeze to keep it from stifling in there. I’m not saying people won’t complain, only that this slight air intake should be pretty good. The only thing I’m concerned about about people with fears of heights who don’t yet know it. I’ve been on too many skyrides with kids that seemed calm on the ground but then they got in the air and all hell broke loose. I see another opportunity to meet new and interesting people at their worst within Disney. I hope I’m wrong.

  8. Thanks

  9. They should build this to cross the plaza between Disneyland and DCA.

  10. I am growing tired of so many people crying about how these gondolas are a big mistake/safety liability. Has no one been to a ski resort?? These can run in practically any weather conditions. They’ll be well ventilated. Oh and WE HAD THEM IN THE MAGIC KINGDOM AND DISNEYLAND FOR MANY YEARS!

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