How Will the Disability Access Service Work With Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge?

    Every passing day seems to come with another item added to the FAQ list for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. From not opening all of the rides at the same time to not offering FastPasses, Disney is changing things up with the opening of their most anticipated land ever.

    One question that was still outstanding was: How will Disney handle their Disability Access Service (DAS) in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge?

    Without a working FastPass system, how will guests who are unable to wait in line going to be able to experience Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run? Traditionally, DAS utilizes the FastPass queue for returning guests. Disney has stated that the current Disability Access Service will extend into Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and while there will be no FastPass offered, there will be DAS for Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will not be operational on opening day at either Disneyland or Walt Disney World.

    As a reminder, guests utilizing the Disability Access Service will be issued a return time based on the current wait time at the attraction. While the time spent in the queue will be greatly reduced, DAS guests’ overall wait time will be similar to guests who wait in the regular queue.

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    1. There will also be an loading area especially for guest uses a wheelchair or EVC during the opening weeks of galaxy edge for the Millennium Falcon ride. All guests going on the falcon will have extended time to see the falcon’s boarding area and hallways.

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