ORLANDO, Fla. — With Disney Magical Express coming to an end, another company is looking to provide an alternative mode of transportation for travelers headed to Disney World.

What You Need To Know

  •  The Sunshine Flyer to launch on Feb. 1 

  •  The new service will provide transportation between Orlando International Airport and Disney World hotels

  • The new option comes as Disney Magical Express comes to an end

​Transportation Management Services announced Monday it plans to launch The Sunshine Flyer, a bus service between Orlando International Airport and Disney World Resort hotels, on Feb. 1.

“We’re incredibly excited to launch The Sunshine Flyer and give Disney guests the chance to kickstart their vacation with a fun, unique travel experience,” TMS CEO Frank Sherman said in a statement.

The company says Sunshine Flyer will provide direct service to all Disney resorts including Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Pop Century Resort, and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

The buses will be modeled after old-fashioned passenger cars and locomotives, and the staff will be dressed as 1920s rail conductors and engineers. Each bus will have a bathroom and USB chargers.

TMS says it’s bringing 25 years of experience providing transportation services for large events such as NBA Finals and FIFA World Cup to this new service.

“By combining our storied expertise in mass transportation management with a creative, themed experience, we have the unique opportunity to offer an experience that’s both stress-free and engaging,” Sherman said.

Although the service doesn’t launch until February, tickets are available at sunshineflyer.com. A one-way ticket costs $17 per adult and $12.50 per child (ages 3-8), while a round-trip ticket costs $34 per adult and $25 per child.

Earlier this year, Disney announced it would be discontinuing its complimentary Disney Magical Express service due to “a shift in consumer options and preferences.” Months later, Mears, which operates the Disney Magical Express service, announced it would roll out its own shuttle service between the airport and Disney area hotels. That service starts Jan. 1.