Flying to Disney World soon?
We keep you posted on anything that may affect your trip, from transportation to your Disney World hotel to airport news. And if you’re flying on Southwest Airlines, there’s an update you’ll want to know about.
It’s been over a year since the global health crisis first began to shutter businesses around the world, including the United States.
The current health situation has had a huge impact on a number of industries — including the air travel industry. Demand dropped so prices did too, but those low ticket fares can’t last forever. You might not be thinking about the future of airfares, but, if you’re looking to go to Disney World (or anyway on a plane!) soon, you need to.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, there have been many changes to the way that we travel.
We recently learned that vaccine passports could be required for air travel and events, and that a negative test is required for international travelers coming to the U.S. Now, the United States is considering a COVID-19 testing requirement for domestic air travel.
The United States is set to issue new requirements for domestic and international travel.
The White House has announced a new Executive Order on Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel that mandates both a required quarantine for international travelers and mask mandates during air travel and more.
If you’ll be heading abroad soon, or are thinking of flying to the United States from another country, important changes are coming in terms of travel requirements.
Just a few days ago, we shared that the U.S. might require a negative COVID-19 test for all international travelers. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has officially finalized its order regarding COVID-19 test requirements for international travelers and we’re breaking it down here for you.
There are a lot of historically significant pieces of Disney history tucked around Disney World.
But did you know a very BIG (figuratively and literally) relic of Disney’s past sits just out of sight in Walt Disney World? Today, we’re getting a glimpse of the FAMOUS private plane that Walt Disney himself took a liking to — “The Mouse.”
It’s been several months since Disney World reopened its gates to the public.
Airports and airlines are beginning to adjust their health and safety regulations as events unfold. Restrictions are easing up on international travel and airports are implementing new protocols. Just this week we reported on a fancy new system that monitors crowd levels and cleaning frequency. Guests visiting Florida for a trip to Disney World will have more flight options if they choose to fly with Frontier Airlines.
The global health crisis seems to be having a ripple effect in pretty much every industry around the world.
Of course, this ripple is going to inevitably have an effect on the way our next Disney vacation looks — and it might affect it in some surprising ways. Beyond how different things may be IN the parks, getting to Disney World or Disneyland could look a little different as well.
We’re taking a look at the recent Federal Aid plan that includes a $25 billion Airline Rescue Package. How could that affect your trip to Disney? Let’s find out.
As the Re-Open Florida Task Force meets to plan how to open up the state’s businesses, flights across the country still remain drastically low.
The CEO of Southwest Airlines recently commented on just how low travel is in addition to how important he believes Disney might help to restore the nation’s travel patterns.
There are some pretty awesome ships in the Star Wars universe.
From Darth Vader‘s Death Star to Han Solo‘s Millennium Falcon and even Kylo Ren‘s new TIE Silencer in The Rise of Skywalker, the galactic ships are some of the most recognizable settings in the films. And, now there’s a new plane joining the Star Wars fleet, taking flight across North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.