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Aerial Tour of Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

Aerial images will be the greatest method to keep an eye on the parks and resorts we love when all of Walt Disney World’s theme parks and resorts are closed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Viewing any Walt Disney World theme park from the air is a delight, but it doesn’t happen very frequently since airspace over Cinderella Castle is restricted to 3,000 feet.

Fortunately, photographer @bioreconstruct ventures to greater heights on occasion to share his work. And in this current batch, we get to witness the incredible construction update of the Tron attraction, which is set to open at Disney World next year.

We’ll begin our airborne tour by flying across Main Street before continuing on to Tron. The Walt Disney World Train will pass beneath a section of the Tron walkway, as shown in the photo below. The new coaster, which will be built adjacent to Space Mountain in Tomorrowland, is inspired by Shanghai Disneyland’s TRON Lightcycle Power Run.

Enjoy the tour from the air.

#1 Aerial overview of Magic Kingdom.

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#2 Aerial look at Main Street USA and the Castle Hub.

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#3 Aerial look at Magic Kingdom

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#4 Aerial photo of Main Street USA and 50th Anniversary Cinderella Castle

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#5 Aerial look at West side of Magic Kingdom

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#6 Aerial look at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

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#7 Aerial overview of Tomorrowland.

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#8 Aerial look at the canopy construction at Tron

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#9 Aerial look at the canopy construction at Tron

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#10 Aerial look at the canopy construction at Tron

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The elevated walkway at Tron is outlined in blue lines. The steam train path is believed to be under the walkway, as shown by the yellow line.