Walt Disney World’s Skyliner system is back up and running without passengers as the park begins retesting the new aerial cable car system before reopening to guests, according to local reports. While Disney World’s official website still lists the Disney Skyliner as “temporarily closed,” local ABC and Fox affiliates report that the air gondolas
Walt Disney World Resort has yet to set a reopening date for its new aerial cable car system, the Skyliner, after it stranded passengers for hours on Saturday night. Riders were stuck when one of the Skyliner cars became stuck in the air, the company said. Disney’s website still says the
Apple’s forthcoming streaming video service is scheduled to launch in November and come priced at $9.99 a month, according to a new report this evening from Bloomberg. The company has yet to talk pricing or a release date for the service, despite announcing it back in March of this year.
It goes without saying that a trip to Walt Disney World costs a pretty penny, no matter what size family you have! Between the on-site hotel, park hopper passes, endless restaurants, and, of course, souvenirs, it’s definitely not the cheapest vacation ever. However, there are ways to save some money
Microsoft joined Movies Anywhere last week, meaning that users of the Movies and TV app in the US can now sync their purchased movies to multiple storefronts including iTunes, Google and Amazon. Now, to use Movies Anywhere, you’ll need to be ”a resident of the United States, all U.S. territories, or