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Strange that Disney hasn’t figured out the Safety ‘hazards’ of this attraction yet !!??🧐
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Some typos “such” should be “stuck”
This article reads like on eof those bot/translated articles which is disappointing since so many on this site are a quick and easy read and very conversational. No one talks like how this reads.
Thats not surprising. Those cars really fly up to the station. We rode several times.
Still better than riding the buses. Now they’re using charter tour buses and they’re disgusting. Mm
Anyone who ever said Disney Skyliner is dangerous never sat in the back of a yellow cab while going the wrong way at 90 miles an hour through the midtown tunnel with a guy who can’t speak a licensed of English. My buddy, Crazy Abdul….
I know that’s right! I close my eyes and pray a lot!
Amen to that I took a yellow cab from midtown to yankee stadium because I was in a jam it’s a miracle I was not killed in the cab with acumen the popcorn eating driver who only knew one English word thank you
I just rode the Sky Liner for the first time earlier in April and loved the ease of getting on board. The ride was smooth and beautiful scenery was a plus – but – it does swing into the stations at breakneck speeds! Maybe Disney needs to readjust.
Those of us in “ski-country” are well aware of the foibles of gondola transportation. Hopefully, Disney can tweak and tune this service to be a bit more reliable.
That’s a bummer. I have a friend there right now and told her how safe it was since she was terrified. Hope she doesn’t hear this!
It is weird since it’s the same technology used on the major skiing mountain gondolas. Maybe the amount of cars? Or the random pulling out of handicap cars?
Still better than riding the buses. Now they’re using charter tour buses and they’re disgusting.
My wife and I rode them shortly after they started about two years ago. They had a similar pileup and we were stuck in midair for almost 4 hours.
Hopefully the people on board get more than an ice cream… With no fastpass Disney can’t just say “here have a couple of fastpasses”.
We were there when it happened. It wasmt as big of a deal as they make it.
One of the handicap cars(empty thankfully) were released. Into the line in sync with another car coming through the main loop. They colided and only a single glass vent was broke. Ride was back up and running 20 mins later. They closed it to remove the damaged cars.
We were litterally right at front of line when it happened. To the right of the women in the white t-shirt, picture in article. The maintenence crew were great. The only problem was we had to take a bus but no one was around to get us bus info. Took over an hour to figure it out but at least we were not up in air waiting for things to be fixed.
We went on the skyline ride and it was a breeze to get on and off. It took less time then anticipated. It was comfortable and safe.
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