How do YOU get to Disney World?
If you live in the U.S., you have a few options: you can fly or you can drive. However, if you live in Europe, you pretty much HAVE to fly, but at least there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to airlines. Now, though, ANOTHER airline will soon offer flights from Europe to Orlando.
The Orlando Business Journal reports that Norse Atlantic Airways will soon begin to offer flights to Orlando. The Scandinavian airline will offer nonstop flights three times a week from Oslo, Norway to Orlando beginning on July 5th.
Flights will be on Boeing 787 Dreamliners, which have a capacity of carrying anywhere from 200-300 passengers. This comes during the busy summer travel season. Previously, both Avelo Air and Breeze Airways began offering routes from Charleston to Orlando.
Need to know how to get from Orlando International Airport to Disney World? You have many options: renting a car, getting a rideshare, hiring a private shuttle service, or taking a shared shuttle service like Mears Connect or The Sunshine Flyer. Here’s a step-by-step guide on the easiest ways to get to Disney World from the airport.
Once you’re in Disney World, you might need some tips on how to get around. We’ve got a guide covering all the transportation you’ll find in Disney World, from buses to the Monorail to the Skyliner.
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