If you are using the Disney Magical Express service from Orlando International Airport to your Walt Disney World resort, please note there is a change to the service. Starting on July 16th they will no longer pick up your luggage and deliver it to your room for you.
From the Walt Disney World Site:
“Disney’s Magical Express® Service
Complimentary airport transportation via Disney’s Magical Express service for Guests arriving and departing from Orlando International Airport is continuing to operate during this period, with some modifications. Beginning July 16, 2020 Disney’s Magical Express service will not be providing luggage delivery service for those arriving to and departing from the airport.
Guests who choose to use Disney’s Magical Express service will be responsible for picking up any of their checked luggage from the airport’s baggage claim area, so that it can be loaded onto the motorcoach to their Disney Resort hotel. Please know that your luggage will travel with you to your Disney Resort hotel.
Luggage assistance will be available at the front of your Disney Resort hotel, including luggage storage and/or transport to the room.
Upon your departure, please ensure your luggage is with you and is loaded onto the motorcoach, so you can check it in with your airline once you reach the airport. The resort airline check-in service will not be offered at this time.
Many airlines have modified their flight schedules, so please confirm your flight information. If you plan to use Disney’s Magical Express service, contact your room reservation booking agent, or call (407) 939-1936 to make any updates to your flight information on file.”
Luggage assistance will be available at the resort hotels for storage or transport.
Keep this in mind if you are traveling to a Walt Disney World Resort and using Disney’s Magical Express service.
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Source: Walt Disney World
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