Kelly just got back from a Disney World trip that included staying in a Cars suite at Art of Animation, attending the Halloween party, free dining, a legally blind family member, and pregnancy.
I also have a quick tip for you that might help you board Flight of Passage faster.
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Quick tip of the day
Emailed from Jennifer A.
“I have a Flight of Passage Quick Tip for guests without FastPasses.
My husband was not able to join me at Animal Kingdom, so I decided to go by myself anyway. I did not have a FastPass for Flight of Passage, but it was a (relatively!) short 65 minute wait so I decided to go for it.
After about 20 minutes of waiting, I reached the part of the line where the cast member asks you how many people are in your party. I said ‘one’ and much to my delight she guided me to the right-hand side of the queue which appeared to have a special single rider line next to the FastPass lines.
All the other non-FastPass guests were guided to the left and they still had a significant wait ahead of them. There was one other guy ahead of me which meant I only had to wait about 5 more minutes, which cut the total wait time to about 25 minutes.
So my quick tip is to say you’re a single rider if you don’t mind getting potentially separated from your touring buddy. The guy in front of me was in my same group, so it’s possible you may not even be separated!”
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