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Airkix Prices

 


PurpleBadger

Sep 2, 2005, 11:29 AM
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Just thought i'd post these up, I'm pleasantly surprised at the competitivness of the off peak prices(as far as UK pricing goes...)

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Minutes Off-Peak Peak
10 110 120
20 210 230
30 310 325
40 410 430
50 510 530
Hours
1 600 630
2 570 615
3
4 530 600
5
6 480 585
7
8 420 570

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(This post was edited by PurpleBadger on Sep 2, 2005, 11:40 AM)
Attachments: Airkix - skydiver introductory rates sep05.pdf (56.3 KB)


RossDagley  (C 950932)

Sep 6, 2005, 3:31 AM
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They're pretty good prices - I'm hoping they'll come down with some competition from Bedford.

Kinda hurts to know that 30 minutes in the Orlando tunnel only costs 190 though - damn i hate our economy sometimes... Mad


Adriandavies  (C 102332)

Sep 8, 2005, 1:34 AM
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The US prices are only this low at the moment due to the $ being so weak. I don't know exact historical rates but two years ago 1 would buy about $1.5 now it buys $1.75 a 16% increase. On that basis 30 minutes was 220. Any way with two tunnels in the UK no one should have problems booking time and they are the sort of thing you can go an visit regularly particularly over winter meaning that you can continue to build skills rather than making one big effort maybe once a year.

Also on pricing both tunnels are a lot cheaper and seemingly better 'quality' than Aerokart.



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