Disney Skyliner

Disney Releases Statement on Disney Skyliner Incident

Over the weekend the Disney Skyliner stopped operations after an incident resulted in gondolas crashing against each other. Since then, the Disney Skyliner has not been open for guests. Disney has released a statement on the incident saying:

We have a team diligently looking into the cause of the malfunction on the Epcot line of the Disney Skyliner.  We have been in contact with the guests, many of whom were on the Skyliner for more than three hours until we were able to restart the system. We express our sincere apologies for the inconvenience and continue to work with each guest individually.

The Disney Skyliner opened to the public a week before the incident. During the incident, guests were stranded for hours above the skies of the Walt Disney World Resort. A reopening date for the highway in the sky has not been announced at this point. Currently, Disney is investigating the issue before it once again begins normal operations.




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