- Aug 24, 2018
Sorry to anyone who was still planning to come.
I’m kind of surprised they’re only closed until March 15 honestly. I could see it getting extendedOnce they closed schools early for the year it made sense to close Disney. Does it really make sense for those families on sudden holiday to go running to a theme park? I'm expecting to hear similar from Universal.
As for the re-opening date, well, it gives everyone a bit of time to see what happens with coronavirus. If the spread seems to have stopped, they reopen just in time for Japanese families' planned vacations.
Of course, if not, I'd guess the shutdown will be extended.
But these are all my unofficial guesses. I have no inside knowledge or epidemic expertise.
I would not be surprised to see it extended. I'm just thinking that perhaps they are thinking that covers the 2 week incubation/contagion/whatever period and maybe by then they'll have a better idea of what is going on with the virus?I’m kind of surprised they’re only closed until March 15 honestly. I could see it getting extended
I think they are really hoping it is ok to open on the 15th as that is peak season for them (originally the start of the school breaks). But yeah, it'll probably get extended.I’m kind of surprised they’re only closed until March 15 honestly. I could see it getting extended
I think United is cancelling a lot of their Narita flights but still has Haneda service. American Airlines and Delta are likely to follow suit to cancel some Japan flights in the next few days.LAX no longer offering flights to Tokyo after March 7. I forgot which airline (s).
We had a trip planned for September but had to put it off this was before the Coronavirus. I was planning on my airfare to be around $1000 to $1100. Just searched I can now fly delta for $700 round trip in September.LAX no longer offering flights to Tokyo after March 7. I forgot which airline (s).