Skyliner hours

robl45

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Anyone know where to find a schedule for the skyliner. I've been googling and nothing. Trying to see if I can do early breakfast and take skyliner. We are going June and August 2020. Contemplating beach club to Riviera for 730 reservation. Id prefer to let kids have fun on skyliner but we will use other means of necessary
 

GADisneyDad14

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Anyone know where to find a schedule for the skyliner. I've been googling and nothing. Trying to see if I can do early breakfast and take skyliner. We are going June and August 2020. Contemplating beach club to Riviera for 730 reservation. Id prefer to let kids have fun on skyliner but we will use other means of necessary
Disney has been publishing the operating hours in the weekly Times Guide, here’s a handy link: http://www.orlandoparksnews.com/p/weekly-walt-disney-world-times-guides.html

To date, they have not been operating the Skyliner particularly early.
 

gatour

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Mar 14, 2002
Anyone know where to find a schedule for the skyliner. I've been googling and nothing. Trying to see if I can do early breakfast and take skyliner. We are going June and August 2020. Contemplating beach club to Riviera for 730 reservation. Id prefer to let kids have fun on skyliner but we will use other means of necessary
Starting times have varied. I don't think Disney has settled on a consistent start time.
 
  • joelkfla

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    Jun 13, 2001
    Anyone know where to find a schedule for the skyliner. I've been googling and nothing. Trying to see if I can do early breakfast and take skyliner. We are going June and August 2020. Contemplating beach club to Riviera for 730 reservation. Id prefer to let kids have fun on skyliner but we will use other means of necessary
    There's no way of knowing the schedule for then. I don't think Disney knows yet.
     

    tnolan

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    Sep 8, 2013
    I was looking at the Times Guide mentioned by GA Disney Dad and it mentioned the Pop/AoA and Caribbean Beach but not the Riviera which I found strange. 🤔
     

    joelkfla

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    I was looking at the Times Guide mentioned by GA Disney Dad and it mentioned the Pop/AoA and Caribbean Beach but not the Riviera which I found strange. 🤔
    Riviera is on the Epcot line. It is listed there.
     

    Orionreplay

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    Nov 21, 2019
    The Riviera hub consists of two small moving pauses between CBR station and Epcot. We just sat through it during our time, but at the first small pause, the doors opened and a CM walked alongside chatting with us. I do believe this is where one would get out, if going to Riviera or upper CBR.

    The doors closed and the next small moving pause, the doors reopened and we were greeted by a CM once again. I believe this is where Riviera guests would get onboard.

    The doors closed once again and off we surged to Epcot.
     
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