Last year, Disney World closed due to the global health crisis. And throughout most of the crisis, international travel to the U.S. was restricted for non-U.S. citizens.
This means that Disney World was no longer receiving revenue from international travelers. However, now that it has been announced that these travel restrictions will be lifted for vaccinated visitors, when will Disney World recover from that loss of revenue?
During today’s fourth quarter earnings call, Disney not only shared their recent upward trend in attendance over the past few months at the parks but also commented on when it expected to see recovery from international visitors.
And it may be a little longer before Disney World recovers that revenue. Disney commented that this recovery might not happen until the fiscal end of 2022. In the meantime, though, attendance at Disney World has risen by double digits since the end of the company’s third quarter.
We’ll continue to cover all the news from Disney’s Q4 Earnings Call, so stay tuned for more!
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