Adding air and ground transport?
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Can you ADD air and ground transport through Disney AFTER booking the cruise? We booked the 5-night cruise ...
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Can you ADD air and ground transport through Disney AFTER booking the cruise? We booked the 5-night cruise (out of NY City) while on our Disney Alaska cruise, but now are considering adding air and ground transport through Disney--if possible--just to avoid the hassle of getting from NYC airport to the cruise terminal. Also, is the cost for this exhorbitantly high?
Yes. DCL will give you (or your travel agent) an airfare quote on request. Ground transfers can be added until very close to your travel dates.
Are transfers exorbitant? No, but they're not the cheapest option either. I'm from the NY area, so it's unlikely I'd do DCL transfers for any purpose but baggage handling. There's regular shuttle van service to the cruise terminal from all three airports, which is a bit cheaper. I've even used mass transit between all three major airports and midtown. Sometimes it's an adventure, but you can't beat the price.
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Thanks, Dave- as always, you are awesome at getting great advice out to us fellow Disney lovers. I am originally from NYC area also, so as long as there are non-DCL van transfers from airports to the cruise terminal we will probably go with that (unless DCL is not too much more).