Disney Cruise Line launches ‘Epic Land’ on the Disney Dreamliner

Disney Cruise Lines announced plans to launch an Epis transport layer on the Dreamliner to transport passengers between Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

Disney has already used Epis to transport people to Disney Springs, Walt Disney’s resort in Florida, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom park in California.

The Dreamliner would be able to carry passengers on the surface of a floating city, rather than floating in a sea of ice.

Epis would be capable of transporting up to 500 people and take a total of 3,000 passengers, said a statement.

The transport layer would be launched as part of Disney’s upcoming Dreamliner redesign, which includes the removal of many of the existing Epis lifts.

“The Dreamliner has been the world’s most iconic attraction for over 60 years, and the Dreamline has become an icon of our theme parks, Disney theme parks and resorts around the world,” Disney said in the statement.

“This new transportation layer will enhance the overall experience and provide Disney Cruiselines with a way to transport guests and guests’ family members together without leaving the comfort of their own home.”

The Dreamliners first passenger-carrying ride, the Magic Kingdom, opened in 2014.

It is currently used to ferry guests to Epcot and Disneyland.

Read moreDisney has previously launched a raft of transport services, including a raft for passengers to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon.

Disney plans to make the Epis Transport Layer available to passengers at the Epcot park.

Disney said the Epi layer would help the company provide the best possible experience for its guests and crew.