Comments for Disney World Has Increased Capacity Since Reopening

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  1. I am not concerned with Disney World increasing their capacity, but I am concerned with spending my December vacation standing in line. Bring back fast pass. Add outdoor seating to table service restaurants that are at 50% capacity. In California, outdoor seating with portable heaters is normal. As Disney gradually moves to full capacity, they need to remember the things guests utilized to have a good experience. BRING BACK FAST PASS!

    1. rosie

      please do not bring back fp das finally wrks for us w disabilities wo it! Beyond it never worked! It only wrked when they were paper and not every ride now you wait way too long much longer than when there was no fp at all and everything worked right!

  2. AMJ

    Without an increase in activities for guests I think this is a mistake. Live shows, Character meet&greats, parades and other activities that require a lot of the Cast Members that have been let go, really absorb a great deal of guests. A good number of restaurants are still closed. So that means longer lines. In our September/October trip some ride lines were stretched so far, due to social distancing, it was difficult to get around a few areas in the park. Add the fact that some ticket holders can make more then 3 days of park resservations at a time, ( we could for our grandson’s 6 day Military Salute ticket and for 3 others with those tickets), but Annual Passholders can only make 3 day reservations, even when linked with the others, it’s just a mess.

  3. In response to a question from JP Morgan analyst Alexia Quadrani, Chapek noted that Disney World now has been able to increase to 35% capacity.  

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