When Walt Disney World reopened last summer the magic returned but some features didn’t. One of those features was the FastPass+ system.
The FastPass+ system at Walt Disney World Resort allowed guests to reserve 3 FastPasses per day 60 days in advance of their trip. Each FastPass would allow guests to wait in a shorter line for specific attractions. FastPasses for more popular rides would fill up quickly.
When Walt Disney World reopened, capacity at the parks was very limited and physical distancing requirements affecting ride queues, the FastPass+ system was suspended for the time being. Wait times for even the most popular rides weren’t very long and many guests enjoyed the flexibility that came with no FastPass+ reservations.
Now, as more guests are returning to the parks, wait times are starting to increase. Lines are getting longer, and with the social distancing in place those lines seem longer than ever. Bringing the FastPass+ system back would help immensely with those lines.
Related – Should Disney Bring Back FastPasses?
Florida has also recently removed all COVID-19 restrictions, leaving it up to businesses to decide on what health and safety measures to implement. This means Disney World could increase capacity. More guests would mean larger crowds and longer wait times. FastPass+ would help make sure more guests got to experience their favorite attractions.
Disney has proven that it can operate safely. They could easily reopen FastPass+ lines. Whether they bring it back as it was before, allowing guests to book the passes months in advance, or change it so guests have to be inside the park in order to reserve them, many guests want FastPasses to return!
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