The parks also recently had their capacity shifted as more guests have been welcomed back into the parks. However, the capacity could see even more changes over the next year, according to Disney’s recent company call.
During the J.P. Morgan Global Technology, Media, and Communications Conference, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek noted that there has been a “very strong demand recovery” in Disney World as the “intent to visit is comparable to 2019.” When he was asked about what guests should reference as indicators of raising capacity limits, Chapek referenced the continued demand to visit the parks as they also look to normalize operations as soon as it can responsibly be done.
When it’s practical to continue to make these changes with guidance from officials, Chapek noted that guests will most likely see “low double digit” increases in attendance over the next several months. Disney World is working hard to bring back “most of the benefits” of attendance by the end of the year. Full capacity will depend on the park at the time, meaning that Disneyland is much farther down the curve.
Of course, we’ll have to keep an eye on the capacity updates moving forward. In the meantime, stay tuned with AllEars for the latest Disney news!
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