The 98-page brochure, around 25% larger than last year’s, was dispatched to agents this week. Disney’s 2019/20 holidays went on sale on October 23.
Agents can take advantage of a 25% early booking discount and free half board upgrade.
Disneyland Paris will kick off its festive season (November 10 to January 6) with a celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary over November 17-18.
Christmas at Disneyland Park will include a festive parade, visits to Santa’s lodge, Christmas Songtime and the Enchanted Advent Calendar.
Walt Disney Studios Park will host Mickey’s Big Band Christmas show and Goofy’s Incredible Christmas projection show.
Next year, the park’s programme will be split into four seasons between January and December, two starting simultaneously.
Legends of the Force: A Celebration of Star Wars will run across both parks from January 12 until March 17 featuring Chewbacca for the first time.
Disney’s Pirates and Princesses Festival will run simultaneously between January 19 and March 17.
Marvel Super Heroes Season will take place between March 23 and June 16 and The Lion King and Jungle Festival between July and September.
Disneyland Paris will also present its usual range of special music and sport evenings, as well as special events such as the Disneyland Paris Magic Run Weekend, Electroland and Disney Loves Jazz, and the all new Magical Pride event.
Disney has meanwhile launched new agent training resources to support its range of nature resorts.
The operator has created a new training module on its Disney Travel Agents website.
The module is designed to help agents understand the benefits and key selling points of Disney’s nature resorts.
It includes information and selling tips for Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch and Les Village Nature Paris, as well as a short quiz.
Agents can access the training though the Disneyland Paris Disney Stars page, which can be completed in around five minutes.