While on the ground all you now see is large swaths of land being cleared and some building going on, Disney has released concept art as to what the new stations will look like at the various locations (see the map of the entire system below).
The Caribbean Beach Resort station will be the hub of activity for Disney Skyliner system. This station is inspired by the open air village marketplaces of the Caribbean and will showcase the nearby resort’s architectural detailing and color schemes. At this station, passengers will be able to transfer gondola routes to reach their destination.
The International Gateway at Epcot Disney Skyliner station is inspired by the nearby European Pavilions, and will be covered with metal and glass canopies, hand-painted murals and ornamental steel structures that reflect the early 18th century Art Nouveau style. Guests coming in will see a rare birds-eye view of World Showcase.
The Hollywood Studios Disney Skyliner station will fit with that of the park’s main entrance and bus stations. Passengers traveling here from the Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort station can expect a new aerial perspective of the The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will share a Disney Skyliner station. Upon departing the gondola station, passengers will ascend over Hourglass Lake and enjoy a panoramic view of these two colorful resorts.
At the Skyliner turn-statin along Buena Vista Drive, the gondolas will slow down so guests can see the mechanical and aerial components which make up the system.
The cabins will have Disney characters incorporated into their exterior design to give the appearance that a Disney character is riding along with guests.