Pandora rides

BillSears

DIS Veteran
Joined
Mar 1, 2003
I rode Flight of Passage yesterday! As a paraplegic with no use of my lower half but good arm strength I had no issue getting onto/off of the ride. I took my front foot rests off, brought my wheelchair straight in to the ride seat, slid my feet into the side slots, and then slid my butt forward onto the ride seat. Going back was even easier I just slid back into my wheelchair seat.

The part that will decide whether I will ever ride this ride again is the hill going up to the ride. It's steep and VERY long. I was early for my FP and I was talking about it to the CM at the test seat. I asked her about how long it really was compared to TOT and she said it was much longer. But I got a lot of Pixie Dust when she offered to push me up the hill. After traveling the queue myself I can see it would not be worth it for me to push up that by myself. I'd be sore and worn out from just one ride. So in the future I'll only book the FP for this ride if I'm traveling with others who can help push.
 

Kim in PA

Mouseketeer
Joined
Apr 8, 2005
I rode Flight of Passage yesterday! As a paraplegic with no use of my lower half but good arm strength I had no issue getting onto/off of the ride. I took my front foot rests off, brought my wheelchair straight in to the ride seat, slid my feet into the side slots, and then slid my butt forward onto the ride seat. Going back was even easier I just slid back into my wheelchair seat.

The part that will decide whether I will ever ride this ride again is the hill going up to the ride. It's steep and VERY long. I was early for my FP and I was talking about it to the CM at the test seat. I asked her about how long it really was compared to TOT and she said it was much longer. But I got a lot of Pixie Dust when she offered to push me up the hill. After traveling the queue myself I can see it would not be worth it for me to push up that by myself. I'd be sore and worn out from just one ride. So in the future I'll only book the FP for this ride if I'm traveling with others who can help push.
Thank you so much for this info! My daughter has spina bifida and we were wondering about this ride.
 

bigmac5

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 10, 2005
The part that will decide whether I will ever ride this ride again is the hill going up to the ride. It's steep and VERY long. I was early for my FP and I was talking about it to the CM at the test seat. I asked her about how long it really was compared to TOT and she said it was much longer. But I got a lot of Pixie Dust when she offered to push me up the hill. After traveling the queue myself I can see it would not be worth it for me to push up that by myself. I'd be sore and worn out from just one ride. So in the future I'll only book the FP for this ride if I'm traveling with others who can help push.
My hubby and I we there Oct 2017 and he was walking with a cane. We were shown an elevator and that is how we were able to do that ride...I know my hubby would not have made it without using the elevator. I am surprised you weren't told about that
 

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