Walt Disney World Has Raised Capacity To 35%– Disneyland To Likely Remain Closed Till End of January, 2020

Close up picture of the new pink and blue paint job on cinderella castle in Walt Disney World

During the Walt Disney Company Investor Call Disney CEO, Bob Chapek indicated that they have raised the capacity levels at the Walt Disney World Resort to 35%.

Honestly, I still say they already did. They keep adding more and more to the Park Pass Availability so it was already hard to believe that they weren’t moving up the capacity.

Chapek insists they will strictly follow the CDC guidelines. I mean they have to make up the losses and Disneyland being closed somehow.

We do know that they have almost hit capacity for the week of Thanksgiving and they are looking at a current 77% booking of resort capacity for the First Quarter.

Looking forward one of their challenges they listed moving forward into 2021 is that consumer confidence in travel is down. Plus they feel that Disneyland will not reopen until at least the end of the first quarter which is January 2021.

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