An Orlando airline that includes Disney Magical Express to your room maybe does not include Richard Bach as pilot, yet he wrote one of my favorite books: "Jonathan Livingston Seagull". In that book the wisest seagull gave some advice to Jonathan, "begin as if you are already there." That may be good advice if you are planning a visit to Disney World, staying at a Walt Disney Resorts Hotel.
Returning From Orlando... ...Disney Magical Express Here's Why…
…Your departing domestic flight via and Orlando airline may be handled at your Walt Disney World Hotel by Disney Resort Airline Check-In Service (bypassing airport check in completely!) available with the following airline carriers:
Orlando Airport shuttle would not come close to describing The Disney Magical Express! Although it does take you from the airport to the hotel, and from the hotel to the airport, as with most things Disney, it is 1st class! Those theme park companies that copy Disney are only copies, and ultimately will not measure up the the same standards. How do you get to be #1 by coping #1?
it looks to us, was copied at Disney's EPCOT! Yet, it looks to us that
SeaWorld is doing its own thing. When one is copied, isn't that, in sort
of a cruel way, a complement? You are better than me! hm...Competition!
This looks diminished since the "Nemo and Friends" addition. Is that a better compliment?
This Airport Shuttle is by no means ordinary! Do a search on "orlando airport shuttle" and you won't find The Disney Magical Express until page 3 or 4 usually! Disney knows search engine optimization and it could have easily been #1 on the first page (if that is what Disney wants)! And the title is quick to point out that it is "Complimentary Airport Service" if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Hotel.
Your benefit is not having ALL of the normal hassles of airports!
Take advantage of the Disney Magical Express...
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When deciding upon which Orlando airline tickets to purchase, as most of you already know, price is not the determining factor! Time, when do I get there? When do I return! What level of luxary do I want? First Class or coach? How do I get to the hotel? etc.
My daughter and I have never flown to Orlando, only departed by plane!
Being down about leaving (I've never wanted to leave the Orlando area by any method) is no different this time. Leaving by plane, the 1st time, and looking down as we were leaving, I still remember the "3 circle Mickey Mouse", made by the lawn mowers (before crop circles became popular) as the plane was taking off and we were saying good-bye for that week-end.
So, I have never actually purchased airline tickets to Orlando, and I don't know the problems, hassles, or benefits of acquiring them.
Time, generally, has been more important to me than money (as long as I had enough money to survive). So, I look for things that maximize my time the way that I want to spend my time!