A ride with an already significant amount of variation is getting even less predictable. Star Tours — The Adventures Continue is ever-expanding and new destinations will be released this winter!
When you embark on your Starspeeder journey, you never know where R2-D2 will take you as Star Tours boasts 384 different ride combinations.
Almost a decade ago, Star Tours was replaced with the current ride version and Disney has been adding new Starspeeder destinations periodically since then. It’s always a surprise what far away world or familiar faces you might encounter.
This winter, in celebration of the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Star Tours will receive several new destinations that are inspired by the new film. This will go into effect for all Star Tours renditions around the world including at Disneyland, Disney World, Disneyland Paris, and Tokyo Disney.
We can confirm that one of these new destinations will be the watery ocean moon of Kef Bir as seen in the trailers for the new film, but other destinations and potential new characters are still a mystery!
The new flights will take off on December 20, the same day that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is released in theaters.
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