Visitors to the Walt Disney World parks in Orlando now have a little more freedom when it comes to scheduling ride times in advance using FastPass+.
A program that allowed guests with special needs skip the long lines at attractions in Walt Disney parks in Florida and California has been retired.
For more than a decade, Disney visitors have been able to skip long lines at popular attractions by getting a FastPass, a paper ticket printed with a time the guests can return and ride with minimal wait. But all that is about to change.
There is a magical pass in Walt Disney World that cuts attraction wait times in half and allows riders to experience the thrill of Disney sooner.