Walt Disney World Welcomes Flights To Orlando
By Robert Kally Moore on January 04, 2011
What makes Orlando, the booming city in the US state of Florida, a symbol of excitement is the presence of the very Walt Disney World. This entertainment park which remains as the biggest visited amusement park in the world, has gone a long way in inviting people of all ages to this metropolis. Records reveal that Walt Disney World alone is responsible for welcoming the maximum number of flights to Orlando.
Described as truly a wonderful park, Walt Disney World is a paradise of fun for all ages, be it a kid, a youth or an aged. The four theme parks include the Magic Kingdom which comprises of the Cinderella Castle, the Epcot which is signified by the Spaceship Earth, the Disney's Hollywood Studio which is connoted by the Sorcerer's Hat and the Disney's Animal Kingdom which is reflected by the Tree of Life. These theme parks along with the water parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are potential sources of exhilaration which makes even the old to come back to his or her childhood. No wonder why the Orlando flights focus on the events hosted by the Walt Disney World. The ongoing event, Miss Merry Christmas Party begun from November and expected to continue throughout December is directly related to the rising number of flights to Orlando. Other interesting places include Downtown Disney, Disney's Boardwalk, Disney's Wedding Pavilion, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and Walt Disney World Speedway.
The inauguration of a new Disney Resort, the Disney's Art of Animation Resort, which is to take place in May 2012, will surely lead to the welcoming of more and more flights to Orlando by the Walt Disney World. Moreover, the availability of cheap flights to Orlando has made it possible for greater number of people across the world to visit this simply marvellous park and go frolicking.
Walt Disney World is a veritable jewel of fun for Orlando. The amusement park is undoubtedly directly responsible for bringing more and more flights to Orlando. The ongoing additions to the park are expected to bring a larger traffic to the city from all around the globe.
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