Walt Disney Travel Company

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Walt Disney Travel Company, Inc.
Industry travel
Parent Walt Disney Parks and Resorts
(The Walt Disney Company)
Divisions Disney Institute
Disney Event Group[1]
Website <disneyvacations.com

The Walt Disney Travel Company is also the company name for the services The Walt Disney Company employ to help guests book tickets and reservations for the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts around the world. Travel agencies currently book their vacation packages through the Walt Disney Travel Company.


Landholding company[edit]

The Walt Disney Travel Company, Incorporated, along with the Walt Disney World Company, the Walt Disney World Hospitality and Recreation Corporation and the Reedy Creek Improvement District, owns the land in the Walt Disney World Resort. These are all wholly owned subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company.

Santa Rosa Land Company, Incorporated, incorporated in or before 1968 to own some of the Walt Disney World Resort, changed its name to Walt Disney Travel Company, Incorporated on August 16, 1973. All of the land it owns is backstage areas (i.e., areas not normally open to the public).

Travel sales[edit]

In April 2014, president Randy Garfield retired.[1] Kenneth Svendsen was named president in March 2014.[2]

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