While this is a relatively small portion of the overall revenue, Disneyland Paris did see significant growth this quarter. Its revenue in quarter one was $0.6 billion. Its income this quarter was $0.1 billion, while it lost $0.3 billion last quarter.
The resort saw higher operating costs, but an increase in attendance and hotel occupancy. CFO Christine McCarthy noted that the growth is expected to continue as the park’s 30th anniversary celebrations just kicked off in March and a new land is set to open at Walt Disney Studios Park later this year.
Disneyland Paris was open for this entire quarter, as well as last quarter. It had been closed for the entire second quarter of 2021.