Flight of Passage Review in Pandora, World of Avatar
Avatar Flight of Passage is a 3D augmented reality flying simulator attraction in Animal Kingdom’s Pandora: The World of Avatar. Flight of Passage allows guests to “fly” on the back of a mountain Banshee through the Valley of Mo’ara.
This attraction takes place in the fictional Alpha Centauri Expeditions (ACE), which has promoted the avatar program to allows guests to sync with an avatar and fly on a banshee to explore Pandora. The humans and Na’vi are attempting to restore the banshee population to a natural level. Also, this ride gives humans the experience of the Na’vi coming of age experience.
I want to share a Flight of Passage Review in Pandora World of Avatar written by my family member Nick Janes.
Guest Review of Flight of Pasage
Nutshell version – superb job, I had fun.
Extended thoughts – Flight of Passage is unique and a different kind of thrill ride. Walt Disney World really put the effort into total immersion, which is hard to pull off successfully for a 4D simulator. Scenery was top-notch for both the Pandora environment as well as the science labs leading up to the ride, plus those added nods to the movie were a delight to see.
I waited roughly one and a half hours in standby with a rider swap necklace while my wife and baby went back to the room. I was really anticipating this ride for a few month. Under the circumstances, I thought this was a reasonable wait time.
Considering that Pandora has only been open at Animal Kingdom for about a month now, I would anticipate a wait for a while. From now on, though, I don’t see the point of committing to wait more than an hour in standby while we have the rest of the park to enjoy with the family.
By all means, this is the best simulator-type ride at Walt Disney World. Finally, I definitely recommend grabbing the FastPass+ for it every time if given the opportunity. Does this make it the best ride at Animal Kingdom? That’s hard to answer, as it’s going against Expedition which has very different thrills. At this point, it’s apples and oranges. The real question is, does this make it the best ride at Walt Disney World? For me, no.
Don’t get me wrong, this is a FUN RIDE and it’s obvious the Disney magic is there. For me, though, I’m more geared towards the Walt Disney World classics (Haunted Mansion 4lyf). You may think it’s the best ride ever. That’s cool too.
This is the thorough Flight of passage Review in Pandora World of Avatar.
Special Considerations for those with Autism
From an autism standpoint, it is slow-moving and interactive. It is in the dark. It requires the ability to support one’s body and straddle a I fully believe this is worth the Disability Access Service.
Typically Twitterpated Guest Blogger Nicholas Janes
Guest blogger, thrill ride fanatic, and Disney obsessed. When I am not enjoying time around WDW with my wife and son, extended family and friends, I work with youth and families in need as a targeted case manager. My hope is to combine my experiences in the field along with my interests in the theme parks to provide help and guidance to those who don’t know what to expect when planning their next visit to the happiest place on earth.