Walt Disney World is closing down the Magical Express transportation service from 2022.
The bus service which links Orlando International Airport with resort hotels will cease operating from 1 January, 2022, but is available for existing reservations throughout 2021.
“Vacationers have more options to choose from than ever for transportation, including ride-share services that save time and offer more flexibility to go where they want, when they want,” Disney said on is parks blog site.
“In light of this shift, when Disney Resort hotel bookings open for stays in 2022, we will no longer offer Disney’s Magical Express service for airport transportation.”
The service is operated by Orlando based Mears Transportation which will still separately offer options from the airport to theme parks and hotels.
The obvious option to take over Magical Express is the upcoming Brightline rail connection to WDW.
Florida’s high-speed train service is being extended to Orlando Airport in 2022.
From there, an extension will be built to Disney Springs which is expected to open by 2023.