Tickets on sale for Bahrain airshow
Manama, January 9, 2014
Tickets for next week's Bahrain International Airshow are selling fast, according to official ticketing partner Batelco.
They are priced at BD7 ($18) for adults and BD3 for children and are available at all Batelco retail shops, with five per cent discount for people who buy 20 or more, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
Some of the attractions on offer for crowds at Sakhir Airbase, from January 16 to 18, include the Breitling WingWalkers, Al Fursan Aerobatic Team, Saudi Hawks, Russian Devils and Saudi Falcons Parachute Team.
Activities in the public arena include a vertical wind tunnel, Zorbing, a heritage village, retail village, Mad Science activities and arts and crafts.
All tickets provide access to the public arena, which will feature viewing stands as well as an array of entertainment and dining options.
Visitors must park their cars at the Bahrain International Circuit, from where shuttle buses will be available to transport them to the air show. - TradeArabia News Service
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