Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

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Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

The Disney Skyliner is still in its new stages and working out all of the kinks that come along with anything new.  With that said the Disney Skyliner Emergency info is now posted inside each of the gondolas.

While the emergency intercom and bags have already been inside of the gondolas, the call line is new.

Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

As you can see from the above picture, the emergency call box has been apart of the Disney Skyliner system.  This call box gives you the opportunity to speak directly with someone.

But, now the Disney Skyliner Emergency Info for guest services has been strategically placed above the call box.  While we are unsure of why a number was added, perhaps it was just added to ease guests.  Either way, it is always good to have a few different options to reach someone on the ground if needed.

Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

As always, heed by all safety standards while on the Disney Skyliner and you will be just fine!

Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

Does the addition of the new emergency info help ease any worries you may have?


Jessica Jones

One thought on “Photos: Disney Skyliner Emergency Info Posted in Gondola

  1. The number was probably added (in part) because I complained that by being in a scooter, you cannot reach the box. You would have to leave the scooter and climb on the bench seats, which is impossible for me. I tried to use my cane to reach the box call button and that didn’t work either. I was stuck twice on two different stretches, the one from Epcot and then the one to Pop. I had a panic attack because we would stop suddenly and then inch a bit only to stop again. This happened over and over again. On the second stretch, it just stopped. This was November 21st between 9 and 11, not the October fiasco. The line for Pop was so backed up because of the delays that we had to wait quite a while to get on the second stretch. I don’t think anyone received anything for this waste of time and in my case, energy and stamina. The incident wiped me out. The sad part is an employee told me they were having trouble keeping employees because no one wants to work the gondolas. I guess after that October fiasco, it scared a lot of employees off. I cannot imagine being stuck 3 hours.

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