Disney Skyliner Incident at Riviera Station It was reported that guests were stuck in the Skyliner gondolas for over 3 hours. Not a fun experience on the new skyliner. @WaltDisneyWorld @WESH pic.twitter.com/fwuXjlN9wg— Ada (@Ada58974405) October 6, 2019 Many of the stranded guests took the opportunity to crack open the emergency kit, located under the bench. The kit contains water, waste bags, a whistle, ice packs, glow sticks, and a notepad and pencil. the #disneyskyliner is broken, carts are crashed, alot of people are stuck its been at least an hour. #Disney #DisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/kIHk6Ypb7Y— Thanos yes (@galxty) October 6, 2019 Been stuck on the #skyliner #disneyskyliner @DisneyParks @DisneyStudios for over 3 hours, hovering over traffic with a disabled mother, waiting on when the fire trucks will get here.. pic.twitter.com/DMOx0VUM5R— RecoTheFolf (@RecoTheFolf) October 6, 2019 pic.twitter.com/I9H9kuwMDe— JK DeLaCruz (@JK2559) October 6, 2019 Two evacuated so far…. this could be a long night! #disneyskyliner #disneyworld @WDWToday pic.twitter.com/t7ns3b613f— Aaron Murray (@WaltyDis) October 6, 2019 Not the first view I wanted for EPCOT Forever stuck on the Disney Skyliner for 2 hours ? #disneyskyliner #disneyworld @WDWToday pic.twitter.com/t9q27X5b2L— Aaron Murray (@WaltyDis) October 6, 2019 We’re off.They gave us 4 all day park hopper passes plus a 200$ gift card.#skyliner #disneyskyliner— RecoTheFolf (@RecoTheFolf) October 6, 2019 We are off! ? #disneyskyliner #DisneyWorld pic.twitter.com/8Yo5WRkhVp— Ashley Salamanca (@AshleyPatricia2) October 6, 2019 What You Need to Know about Disney’s New Skyliner Gondola System There is a new transportation system arriving at Walt Disney World in the Fall. It’s the all new Disney Skyliner Gondola System, and I am so anxious to ride in one of these beautifully themed gondolas for an awesome bird’s eye view of Walt Disney World. I remember riding the Skyway ride at Disneyland in California and later at Walt Disney World. They were known affectionately as the “Buckets”, because that is what they looked like. They were open air and floated above the Magic Kingdom giving us a view of the rides and the people below us. The Skyway ride in Disneyland was permanently closed in 1994 and closed forever at Disney World in 1999. Now, twenty years later, Disney World will be introducing this new transportation system reminiscent of the ever popular “Skyway” ride of the past. To say “I can’t wait to experience this new gondola system” is an understatement. Here are some facts about this remarkable new addition to Walt Disney World.