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News Walt Disney World's New Airline Check-In for Guests with International Flights

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World News & Rumors' started by Wendy, Jan 30, 2014.

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    Good news for Guests using international flights, Walt Disney World resort hotels have now started to offer Resort Airline Check-In Service. The service, which currently happens for domestic flights, will mean that Guests can check in for their flight from their resort on their day of travel. Guests will be able to get their boarding passes and check in their luggage.
    • Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
    • Disney’s Contemporary Resort
    • Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
    • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
    • Disney’s Polynesian Resort
    • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
    The rest of the Resorts will begin offering international flight check-in service on the following days:

    • Disney’s BoardWalk Resort – February 3
    • Disney’s Old Key West Resort – February 3
    • Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa – February 3
    • Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts – February 3
    • Disney’s Pop Century Resort – February 10
    • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – February 17
    • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – February 17
    • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – February 24
    • Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort – March 3
    • Disney’s All-Star Music Resort – March 10
    • Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort – March 10
    • Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort – March 17
    The airlines at present offering this service are:

    Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, AirTran Airways, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways.

    Unfortunately the popular airlines from the UK are not included at present.

    #waltdisneyworld#disneyresorts#resortcheckin#
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    if i were just doing Disney i might be tempted to look at one of the US airlines because of this :)
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    Me too! Hope they do Air Canada as used them last time and they were great.
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    do Air Canada go direct to Orlando? or actually it might be good to do what you did in the future and take a few days in Toronto was it?
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    Wow, for all those who book via British Airways normally, it may be worth booking codeshare flights with American Airlines - that's a pretty decent benefit.
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    No, they don't go direct to Orlando, but we're considering doing a few days in Canada again next time.
    However, when we can home and didn't stop over it was so easy I'd be temped to just do a normal split flight through there.

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