Hurricane Ian Closures Cost Disney World $65 Million

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During an earnings call this afternoon, Disney Parks CFO Christine McCarthy revealed that the closure of Walt Disney World for Hurricane Ian cost the company $65 million. Here’s the comment:

Our domestic parks delivered significant year-over-year revenue, and operating income growth, despite an adverse impact of approximately 65 million dollars to segment operating income from Hurricane Ian.

Disney World was closed for two days due to Hurricane Ian. When Walt Disney World closed for Hurricane Irma for two days, the company reported a $100 million loss.

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