Disneyland Paris Resuming Standby Pass Virtual Queue System After Initial Technical Issues

After debuting earlier this month to a slew of technical issues, Disneyland Paris will be re-introducing their new Standby Pass system to the parks starting Tuesday, October 27.


The system works via the app to minimize physical wait times and better manage capacity. Upon its return, Standby Pass will be available at Big Thunder Mountain in Disneyland Paris and at Crush’s Coaster over in Walt Disney Studios Park.


If successfully re-launched, the system will then be rolled out to Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Peter Pan’s Flight, Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain, Autopia, the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and Ratatouille: The Adventure. With the exception of some early mornings and evenings, only guests with a Standby Pass will be able to access these attractions.

Shanghai Disneyland has utilized a similar Disney Standby Pass system during the COVID-19 pandemic this summer, though it is now being removed. Walt Disney World Resort, on the other hand, suspended the use of FastPasses while their capacity has been limited.

How do you feel about Standby Pass and virtual queues at Disney theme parks? Let us know in the comments.

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james pierce
james pierce
7 months ago

I’m confused, Is this permanent or just until the COVID-19 Pandemic ends?