Disney’s Magical Express Will Make Return Trips to MCO Through January 10

With Disney’s Magical Express service officially discontinued as of January 1, guests will have to find a new way to travel between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Walt Disney World Resort in the new year. However, MCO clarified today that while departing trips from the airport to the resort are ending, Disney’s Magical Express will return guests to the airport through January 10.

This means that guests who arrived at the resort via Magical Express will not have to find a different way back to the airport (as long as they are returning by January 10).

Two new paid services are debuting next year to fill the gap left by Disney’s Magical Express. Mears will be offering service via Mears Connect beginning January 1, and Sunshine Flyer will begin service in February.

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  1. What is the point of this? The buses will drop off return passengers and then go back to resorts to pick up later travellers, leaving guests arriving at MCO without a ride while buses are going back empty to WDW.

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