Until teleportation is invented, we’ll be stuck flying (or driving) to Disney World.
And while the lack of teleportation may be a pain, flying to Disney World has been made easier with Orlando International Airport’s addition of a new airline, new routes, and paid ground service transportation options. Now, those in Brazil will also have an easier time traveling to Disney World!
GOL Airlines suspended their flights to Orlando back in 2020 due to the global pandemic, but MCO just announced on Twitter that the airline resumed its flights to and from Orlando on May 13th!
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) May 13, 2022
The flights take place 4 times a week. That means that those in Brazil will have a much easier time getting to Disney World — no teleportation required!
We’re happy to see MCO continuously adding new routes and airlines, making traveling to Disney World an easier process for many people! We’ll continue to update you on any Disney-related travel changes, so stay tuned to DFB!
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How long does it take you to get to Disney World? Let us know in the comments!