Workers for the Disney-owned government say they're happy with the results and pay raises.
Per caps were down 7% while attendance grew by 22%.
The park continues to offer variable pricing based on demand.
Photos on social media show crowds that can't move one way or the other between shows.
The one-day tickets seem expensive, but discounting online and multi-day are significant.
The park still owes millions in back property taxes.
The popular droid from The Force Awakens will meet guests along with Kylo Ren and Chewbacca.
The system appears to use facial recognition to confirm the identity of users of the pass.
The park hosted a private event for its park and corporate leadership.
Reedy Creek has filed plans with the state that are vague, but suggest the ski resort-like system.
The company posted record results in revenue, attendance and per capita spending.
The company is shutting down the Disney Junior show for one with updated technology and no puppets.
The property for the former amusement park was recently sold, after a history spanning decades.
Officials estimate about $180,000 in damage.
Owner Jerry Couch finally ends the long history of the amusement park.
Increase ranges from 1.9 percent to 4.9 percent.
The park is also appealing the ruling that it was at fault.
The long delayed show will begin February 17.
The company has already bailed out the Paris attraction, which has struggled for decades.
The company has already replaced other shows with new signature performances on two other ships.
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