Disneyland Paris announced this morning DLP third quarter financial results and although they are positive they're not exceptional too. Basically, the turnover for the last three months is up 4% at 358 millions d'euros ( instead of €343,2 M for the 2011 third quarter ) and for the last 9 months it's up 1% at 911 millions d'euros ( instead of €900,4 M in 2011 ). The park released a statement saying "We are satisfied of the launch of our 20th Anniversary celebration which helped this 4% growth in our third quarter in difficult economy times." You can download the french PDF of the financial results on DLP Corporate site HERE.
That said, the 11+ millions won't be of a great help to finance new attractions. I'm not even sure these 11M would be enough to pay to WDI the POTC Jack Sparrow audio-animatronics that DLP once envisioned to introduce in the ride in 2013.
Don't miss below the two others topics of the day, including today's big news with Dreamworks announcement of a new theme park (or so) in Shanghaî in 2016!