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missjnicole:

disneylandguru:

Walt Disney was OCD about details; so take the time to enjoy them. In the rides and all over the park, you may not even notice the intricate details incorporated into the Disney experience.
For instance, when switching “lands” (from Adventureland to Frontierland), you won’t be able to see, or hear the other lands. Everything is in character, and all 5 senses are addressed.
 Look up: You won’t see any airplanes or banner ads; Disney owns the air space and keeps it closed–once you’re in Disneyland, there’s no evidence of the outside world.
Walt Disney himself said, “I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park. I want them to feel they’re in another world.”

Disney doesn’t actually own the airspace above Disneyland.  The reason you don’t see airplanes or banner ads is because the airspace has had a TFR (temporary flight restriction) on it since 2003, when there were suspected terrorism threats.  Basically Disneyland has restricted airspace in a 3 mile radius around it, from the ground to 3000 feet.  A plane needs special clearance to fly through the airspace, which is rarely granted.  
Private companies/landowners only have the right to develop the airspace over their land (so they can build things as tall as they want, basically), but the FAA and the federal government have exclusive sovereignty of airspace of the U.S, so Disney can’t legally own and close the airspace above their parks.

missjnicole:

disneylandguru:

Walt Disney was OCD about details; so take the time to enjoy them. In the rides and all over the park, you may not even notice the intricate details incorporated into the Disney experience.

For instance, when switching “lands” (from Adventureland to Frontierland), you won’t be able to see, or hear the other lands. Everything is in character, and all 5 senses are addressed.

 Look up: You won’t see any airplanes or banner ads; Disney owns the air space and keeps it closed–once you’re in Disneyland, there’s no evidence of the outside world.

Walt Disney himself said, “I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park. I want them to feel they’re in another world.”

Disney doesn’t actually own the airspace above Disneyland.  The reason you don’t see airplanes or banner ads is because the airspace has had a TFR (temporary flight restriction) on it since 2003, when there were suspected terrorism threats.  Basically Disneyland has restricted airspace in a 3 mile radius around it, from the ground to 3000 feet.  A plane needs special clearance to fly through the airspace, which is rarely granted.  

Private companies/landowners only have the right to develop the airspace over their land (so they can build things as tall as they want, basically), but the FAA and the federal government have exclusive sovereignty of airspace of the U.S, so Disney can’t legally own and close the airspace above their parks.

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