In a CNBC “Squawk Alley” interview on Wednesday, Disney CEO Bob Chapek has confirmed that Disneyland will be reopening later next month.
State legislature has allowed Disney to reopen Disneyland at 15% capacity on April 1st, if the company plans on actively doing so.
The single-rail, 13 story, 58 mile per hour record breaking coaster was to open in Great Adventure during 2020, but was delayed due to COVID.
A new bill was introduced in California, supported by both major parties, in order to reopen major theme parks throughout the state.
The company’s partnered with Viasat to provide free Wi-Fi on flights through high-speed satellite internet, as well as adding screens.
The company, which for a century has been primarily based in California, is considering moving some major divisions to Lake Nona, Florida.
Universal Studios Japan released new images of their upcoming 2021 theme park, including photos of an AR based MarioKart ride.
Airbnb’s long awaited IPO is coming December, having filed for a $1 billion offering earlier this week, and a surprise profit reported.
Californian voters passed Proposition 22, a controversial bill categorizing gig workers as contractors, which denies minimum wage or benefits.
The CDC’s no sail order for cruise lines has hurt the industry incredibly hard compared to some other markets, but on Sunday, the order ended.