A few days ago a picture was posted on the Disney Parks Blog revealing some of the destinations for the next version of Star Tours – The Adventures Continue.  Star Tours has been closed since last spring in order to update the attraction and change the story lines.  When the attraction reopens on June 3rd, it will sport the latest in high definition 3D technology and bring you to multiple, random destinations. Disney has been keeping us salivating over the launch of the Star Tours, who’s story lines will take place between episodes 4 and 5 of the movie series, with bits of information regarding the updated attraction.  Disney has shown us a video that will play in the queue area, informed us that we will have an “acidental” but famous pilot, teased us with which characters we might see and now has given us a picture of the flight information marquee to clue us into the destinations we will be traveling too.  Of course the marque is in Aurebesh, one of the many languages of the Star Wars universe.

Star Tours Departure Board

Star Tours Departure Board

Luckily for you, I can read Aurebesh.  No, not really, but I do have a way to decipher the language in this photograph.  The Star Wars Wikia has a complete list of the Aurebesh letters and their associated English letter.  Here’s the list of destinations and their status in the photograph above.

Tatooine, Gate Change

Coruscant, On Time

Tatooine, On Time

Endor, Delayed

Coruscant, On Time

Tatooine, On Time

Alderaan, See Agent

Coruscant, On Time

Alderaan, See Agent

Endor, Delayed

We knew some of these from the video that was released a few months ago, see video here, as well as Bespin.  I am however enjoying the puns that Disney is playing with the planet Alderann.  The planet Alderann was destroyed by the Death Star in episode 4, just after this version of Star Tours takes place.  As you can see the status of the flights to Alderaan is “See Agent”.  These small details are what sets Disney apart.

Star Tours – The Adventures Continue will open at Disneyland on June 3, 2011.