Today is the day you are all waiting for: the official opening date of Disney Skyliner! By this time, you may have already seen our video about the flight experience and read our full review of the fun, but terrifying, new way to park your hop, and all that's left is to take a flight yourself.
Now, this new transportation option has come a long way, and many people on the road may have questioned the safety (and temperature) of cabin lifts if they collapsed on their long journey through the resort. We don't want that to happen, but we have to be prepared and reassured, right? Earlier this month we reported on safety brake tests and emergency stops, and in June we spotted a water evacuation boat from one of the resort's stations. Today we can look at flight safety features.
If you've been to Skyliner before, you may have noticed that each cabin has a mysterious black emergency case under the seat. Today we have a peek into one of them and can take into account its contents.
Please note that these pictures have been sent to us by readers. We do not recommend tampering with these emergencies, as the contents must remain intact in the event of a real emergency.
The kit includes a glow stick, lots of packets of drinking water, notebooks, and some, uh … garbage bags So, necessities, but let's hope nothing's good for you need to use on your next flight!
Have you ridden with Skyliner yet? Tell us what you think! Also, be sure to check out our full summary of all Grand Disning Skyliner Grand Opening products, including prices available now at Walt Disney World.