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Motorshow Terms & Conditions
Please read the following Terms & Conditions before booking any display vehicle for Teesside Airshow 2022:
- Entry to the Classic Cars, Bikes and Supercars area is only for pre-booked vehicles.
- Your vehicle can gain entry to the display area only between 7:45am and 9:45am on 11th June 2022.
- Any vehicle arriving after that time will be refused entry to the display.
- All display vehicles will not be allowed to leave until advised by the stewards (but no later than 5:30pm).
- Emergency exit arrangements will be in place should the need arise.
- A pre-booked vehicle will be allocated two free tickets for entry, only on acceptance of these Terms & Conditions
- Any additional passengers must book and pay for a ticket online at the Teesside Airshow website.
- Teesside International Airport is an active airfield and for safety reasons all visitors and exhibitors must comply with on-site signage and directions given by
Teesside Airshow staff at all times. Failure to comply is an arrestable offence under Article 73 of the Air Navigation Order 2005 and unauthorised entry to the operational area
will result In immediate expulsion from the airfield and will be considered a breach of these Terms and Conditions.
- All sites are on grass. Barbecues and fires are not permitted.
- No alcohol is permitted to bring on site, only 500ml water bottles allowed. Any alcohol will be confiscated.
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a lead.
- Display areas will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
- Each display vehicle applicant will be sent a uniquely numbered entry pass, prior to the event, which must be shown to the stewards on arrival at the Airport.
- Maximum vehicle speed on site is 10 MPH AT ALL TIMES.
- Security Although there will be a security presence within the site, all vehicle and items are left on site at the owner’s risk.
- Litter All participants are asked to ensure that their site and immediate area around them be free from litter and refuse. We thank you for your co-operation in this, as litter is a danger to aircraft.
- All vehicles must be covered by suitable insurance to meet the needs of the Road Traffic Act, a valid test certificate (if applicable) and a driving license can be produced by the person driving the vehicle, if required.