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  • mickdaddy
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    Originally posted by savarese04 View Post
    Yup. Perfectly fine and airy. There are windows that open and close to allow for great airflow. It's way cooler than standing in line downstairs at Big Thunder, which is a literal sauna. You're high up enough that you get the natural high wind airflow that you wouldn't feel on the ground. That said, if you get stuck for 30 min, I imagine it could get unpleasant
    Thank you for the info, getting stuck is literally my worst fear of riding the skyliner.

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  • savarese04
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    Yup. Perfectly fine and airy. There are windows that open and close to allow for great airflow. It's way cooler than standing in line downstairs at Big Thunder, which is a literal sauna. You're high up enough that you get the natural high wind airflow that you wouldn't feel on the ground. That said, if you get stuck for 30 min, I imagine it could get unpleasant

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    Skyliner question

    Has anyone rode the skyliner on a really warm day? I'm wondering how effective the ventilation is on a hot humid day? I'm pretty claustrophobic and worry intense heat might be a trigger for me in the skyliner but we are staying at the beach club so would like to utilize it where we can. Any info would be appreciated.

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