Disney cast members are training on the Disney Skyliner

The Disney Skyliner has crossed another significant milestone. Disney cast members have been spotted training at the station at Hollywood Studios, signaling an important transition from construction and operations.

Thanks to Blog Mickey, we can see that several cast members with name tags were around the Hollywood Studios station. This is the first time we’ve seen cast members taking over now that the construction is starting to wrap up.

Photo via Blog Mickey

Currently, Disney has stuck with their announced opening window of Fall 2019 for the Disney Skyliner. That window seems like it could be moving closer and closer despite training, testing and the finals bits of construction still taking place around Walt Disney World.

Most speculation suggests that the Disney Skyliner should be up and running before the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge on August 29, 2019. Once fully operational, the Disney Skyliner will fly guests through the sky and connect four resorts and two theme parks. The speed and travel time estimates indicate that this will be an extremely convenient method of transportation for guests.

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