PHOTOS: First Skyliner Gondola Installed at Epcot Station

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Not only are Disney Skyliner gondolas being found at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, now we’re getting our first look at gondolas on the cable at the Epcot station!

The photos come from Brian Kowalenko (@qunewsguy on Instagram), showing the gondolas, covered with a tarp, on the cable near the station, well in view of park guests.

Source: Brian Kowalenko (@qunewsguy on Instagram)
Source: Brian Kowalenko (@qunewsguy on Instagram)
Source: Brian Kowalenko (@qunewsguy on Instagram)

Disney Skyliner is expected to open in Fall 2019. Keep reading WDW News Today as we learn more about Disney Skyliner.

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Pam
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Pam

Without air conditioning, these things are going to be miserable. They also look janky as crap next to the France pavilion, but I guess WDW keeps adding resorts and more resorts and NOT expanding their parks, new ways to move hordes of crowds is inevitable.

JB
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JB

I’ll complain and moan about things at WDW just to spend the money and still go.

Stop complaining

Steve
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Steve

I was complaining… then I stopped going… now I’m not complaining much anymore.

And now Disney is running ads this week for deals to get me to come back.

Tim White
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Tim White

Wow, those look…tiny. Being claustrophobic I wonder if I can even ride in one.

Gary
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Gary

I’ll wait to complain about them until after they are completely done and we can get real use opinions. Maybe, just maybe they might actually be OK. And remember, you can always use one of the other modes of transportation to get to the parks if you don’t like this one.

It’s hard to see the size of the gondola in these pictures. I’d like to see one with someone standing right next to it. My guess will be that they can fit 6 to 8 people?