A new way of transportation is the advent of Disney parks and resorts in Florida.
Disney officials have revealed new images and details about what you can expect when their new Skyliner transport system opens in Florida.
Unveiled earlier this year, the Skyliner, the transport of the visitors about Disney parks and resorts in the gondolas, decorated with popular characters from the classic Disney films, while the passengers enjoy a bird’s eye view of the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista.
The system will connect Disney’s Art of Animation, Pop Century and Caribbean Beach resorts with Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the International Gateway at Epcot, giving visitors a great new way to travel between the properties.
According to Disney, the characters in the mix will be the likes of the “Top Five”, while a European-style train station, complete with glass roofs, wall and steel structures modeled in an Art Nouveau style comes to Epcot International Gateway.
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The Skyliner hub will be located at the station and the Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and will be made to resemble the colorful open-air marketplace found in the Caribbean villages, with seats for those who want to enjoy the resort is right on the water.
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In addition to the transport of the visitors of a Disney locale to the other, the new Skyliner offer sky-high views of the World Showcase, attractions such as the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and panoramic views of Hourglass Lake, Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.
Disney officials have not announced when the Skyliner will officially open yet, although park officials told ABC that their plan is to have the system up and running months before the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction opens at the end of 2019.