Farnborough Airshow 2014 - Reduced ticket prices - £38
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Farnborough Airshow 2014 - Reduced ticket prices - £38

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Found 19th Mar 2014
Using the discount code AAF14 the ticket price comes down to £38 per adult and accompanying children FREE !

The code is provided to AA members but appears to work for all.

Every two years the Farnborough Airshow receives a phenomenal public following due to an unrivalled weekend of Aviation excellence and family entertainment.

The 19 and 20 July 2014 will witness the best ever Farnborough yet. A feast of new activities will deliver what promises to be a day out like no other.

Celebrating 100 years of Aviation History, witness a hearty selection of the great and the good, stemming back from WW1 and spanning through to modern day technology. The 4 ½ hour flying display will be bumper to bumper of non-stop action and guaranteed to get your pulses racing.

And it doesn’t stop there, our on the ground entertainment offers the newly introduced Farnborough Airshow Live, the interactive and informative live stage show with fun and colourful presenting, competitions and interviews.

At Farnborough Airshow 2014, there is so much to see and do for adults and children of all ages – with an enhanced ‘shopping experience’, General Aviation exhibition and static display, and a selection or rides and games to keep the kids entertained.

20 Comments

Thanks, need to get some tickets that's a good discount

Get to see this every 2 years from my garden. But if you havent been worth a visit.

thanks always wanted to see this

darksideby182

Get to see this every 2 years from my garden. But if you havent been … Get to see this every 2 years from my garden. But if you havent been worth a visit.



Great. That's very kind. Please make sure you cut the grass. ;-)

Watch it for free on the roundabout by Autodesk, the aircraft always come over as they turn back into the display line. And there is a ice cream van usually there as well. £38 PP is just as bad a RIAT but rumour is they might have a flying programme this year that lasts a few hours!!

Went one year and thought it was naff. Don't know what its like now.

Thank you. Booked. Heat added

Thanks, the voucher works - booked tickets for 2014 show just now. Been there before and it's an amazing event to see - good family day out.

Discounts are available for the arena area too

Discount code AAF14 doesn't work, I have tried!!!

Didnt work for me

Any other codes?

You could use the trade day fine as long as there no kids (under 16s are not allowed) on the trade days.

secure.smartregister.co.uk/eve…spx

Has anyone who as an AA membershop tried this and logged into via this page to see of the discount works?

theaa.com/rew…jsp

Buy One Get One Free on Friday with this code - ADSF14FRI
adsfarnborough.co.uk/ads…rs/

I've heard that the AA code does not work even if you login

The code was due to expire July 18 but seems to have expired 18 June - some sort of mix up

Also the web site reports no ticket if you connect from outside the UK so use a proxy / TOR if you are outside the UK.


Edited by: "frownbreaker" 7th Jul 2014

Try F14AA I just used it. They asked for my AA number but not clear if it was compulsory.

This code does not work!!!!

jevster

Try F14AA I just used it. They asked for my AA number but not clear if it … Try F14AA I just used it. They asked for my AA number but not clear if it was compulsory.



F14AA works, it will as for your AA membership number, you can make up one, any 16-digit number will work.

trivance

F14AA works, it will as for your AA membership number, you can make up … F14AA works, it will as for your AA membership number, you can make up one, any 16-digit number will work.



Can confirm this is now working again they have changed it to ask for your AA number. Not sure if they will as for an AA card at the show there is normally a stand there and you get free gifts for showing your card.

Cheapest membership is around £40ish and there was cash back on Topcashback not sure if card will arrive in time for the show but you can take your welcome letter.

I paid full price as the code was not working for some time!

someone above mentioned watching from roundabout/Autodesk, I have small-ish children and wondered if there was a safe place they could see the action without entering in case they get bored or noise is too loud for them. Idea was to park the car maybe a few stops away to avoid traffic and train it into I think southwood station, then walk somewhere to watch it, is it worthwhile, any advise would be appreciated?
Edited by: "eilz" 14th Jul 2014

eilz

someone above mentioned watching from roundabout/Autodesk, I have … someone above mentioned watching from roundabout/Autodesk, I have small-ish children and wondered if there was a safe place they could see the action without entering in case they get bored or noise is too loud for them. Idea was to park the car maybe a few stops away to avoid traffic and train it into I think southwood station, then walk somewhere to watch it, is it worthwhile, any advise would be appreciated?



It's free entry for kids. Make arrangements for them to get picked up if they don't enjoy it

The forecast is rain for Sat / Sun storms according to the BBC web site

Aircraft would be OK some displays might change. Hope the sun wins out!
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