Attractions: The Sunshine Flyer Launches at Walt Disney World

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All aboard! If you’re seeking a fun and efficient way to travel from Orlando International Airport to Walt Disney World, look no further than The Sunshine Flyer. The new shuttle provides transportation between the airport and all of Disney’s Orlando resorts. But the fun is in the details. The luxe, late model motor coaches are themed to look like old-fashioned trains, and staff are attired in garb reminiscent of 1920s railway conductors and engineers. All coaches are equipped with a bathroom, USB chargers and three-point seatbelts for comfort and safety.

To celebrate Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary, 50 percent of all revenue from the first 50,000 passengers for the first 50 days will be donated to Make-A-Wish Central and Northern Florida. Also, as part of the Sunshine Flyer’s commitment to giving back, all Make-A-Wish children and their families will receive complimentary service from the Sunshine Flyer for their Disney wishes indefinitely.

Bookings are now open. Tickets are $17.00 for adults and $12.50 for children for a one-way fare, and must be booked at least four days in advance. To learn more or to book, visit their website.

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