CEO Bob Chapek Gives More Specific Details on Theme Park Capacity Increases at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek spoke today at the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media, and Communications Conference and addressed theme park operations.

Bob Chapek stated that capacity would continue to increase over the upcoming months at Walt Disney World, with “low double digits increases” in attendance. He expects to see benefits from the changes in COVID-19 policies near the end of the fourth fiscal quarter.

He also said the process for relaxing the guidelines has been slowed by OSHA guidelines, but did not elaborate further.

Chapek reiterated his point about the company using the shutdown to reanalyze passholder/legacy programs.

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Sandor Reicher
Sandor Reicher
2 months ago

We need more than 3 reservations
I have our 3 tried up for 2 month for out week stay at disney

Prince Naveen
Prince Naveen
2 months ago

OSHA – another bureaucratic agency, just like the CDC, that is losing trust by the American people.

Last edited 2 months ago by Prince Naveen