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Manchester Aviation Viewing Park Launch Multiple Entry Tickets

by Matt Falcus

Manchester Airport’s Aviation Viewing Park now has multiple entry tickets available for those who visit regularly and want to save a bit of money on the entrance fee. The TAS Manchester site has full details.

The tickets come in batches of 25, 50 and 100. These are priced £25, £50 and £100 respectively. I’m sure you can work out that means entrance is therefore reduced to £1 per visit. You can buy tickets from the entrance kiosk, but if you present your TAS membership at the Aviation Shop on site, you’ll get 10% off the ticket cost.

There’s no mention whether the tickets are for pedestrians only, or include car entrance. Perhaps someone could comment if they know.

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2 comments

Chuck July 28, 2009 - 6:25 pm

As a new TAS member I was delighted to see the multi entry ticket just released. So today I spent my lunch hour driving to the AVP with a view to purchase a £25 multi entry ticket and obtain a 10% discount as mentioned above. Upon arrival at the entrance kiosk I was advised by 2 unhelpful men who told me i would have to pay the £5 entrance fee even though i explained i was a new TAS member (showed my TAS membership card) and was on my lunch break and would only be a few minutes, they declined and said I would still have to pay £5. Obviously i decided against it and drove back to work. This is a warning for other TAS members who might have the same idea as I did.
So in reality the £25 multiticket really costs £30 in the eyes of MAN airport/AVP staff who surely could have been a bit more understanding.

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Ray Gibson October 28, 2009 - 1:04 am

The new multi-entry ticket, valid indefinitely, covers car and driver. Passengers are charged an additional £2 each.

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