Earlier today we announced that Disney’s Magical Express would retire in January of 2022. This leaves guests considering other means of transportation to and from Walt Disney World.
This afternoon, Mears, the company that operates Magical Express, released a statement about Disney’s announcement this morning. Mears spokesperson Roger Chapin told Spectrum News, “Walt Disney made us aware of their decision. While we are disappointed Disney will no longer offer this service, we intend to continue offering transportation services between the airport and all area theme parks and hotels to meet the demand of our visitors now and in the future.”
Hopefully this means Mears will give guests traveling to and from Walt Disney World Resort some options when they travel to and from the Orlando International Airport.
You can read more about this mornings announcement here: Disney Will No Longer Offer Disney’s Magical Express In 2022
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