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Hong Kong Disneyland to adjust admissions - BusinessWeek - 3/1/2006


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  • Hong Kong Disneyland to adjust admissions - BusinessWeek - 3/1/2006

    Hong Kong Disneyland to adjust admissions

    MAR. 1 6:23 A.M. ET Hong Kong Disneyland announced Wednesday it has adjusted its admission system to prevent chaos that erupted during the Chinese New Year holiday when hundreds of visitors tried to storm the park after being denied entry.

    The adjustment involves setting aside 11 extra days -- around Easter and China's Labor Day holidays -- when only visitors holding date-specific tickets can enter the park, Hong Kong Disneyland Managing Director Bill Ernest said during a telephone conference call.

    The newly designated "special days" run from April 14-21 and May 4-6. The decision came following consultations with the tickets' wholesalers and travel industry representatives, Disney said.
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