Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

Your "honorary bug" will love this simple, spinning ride. Guests climb aboard four-seat "hot-air balloons" fashioned out of fake leaves, twigs, and empty food containers and spin around a pie plate. It doesn't go too high or too fast, though we'd still recommend caution for those prone to motion sickness. Tip: If you want to sit facing forward, note that the ride spins clockwise. Guests must transfer from wheelchair/ECV to ride. Note that this attraction is closing September 4, 2018 to make way for a new Marvel-themed experience.

Type:
Scope: C-Ticket
Ages: All ages
Thrill Factor: Spins!

Duration: 1 1/2 min.
FastPass: None
Queue Conditions: Short waits

Special Considerations:
- Must transfer from wheelchair

PassPorter's Ratings for Flik's Flyers
Author Jennifer Marx's Rating:
5/10
Author Dave Marx's Rating:
5/10
Author GingerJ's Rating:
6/10

Readers Rating:
5.2/10

Appeal by Age:
100%
100% of our readers would definitely visit Flik's Flyers again.

I would definitely visit this attraction again!
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What PassPorter Readers Think of Flik's Flyers (1 comments):

Great theming. A simple but fun non-thrill ride.
ChristyBee gave this a rating of 6 on 06/25/2016 at 4:27:58 pm EDT

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