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Topic # 247993 6-Mar-2019 09:37
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Is there any free parking for motorbikes at Wellington Airport? 

 

If not, any suggestions?

 

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  Reply # 2191969 6-Mar-2019 09:52
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No idea, why would there be? As its an airport I'd expect nothing will be free


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  Reply # 2191973 6-Mar-2019 09:55
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Yep, just ride around the arms and there is undercover parking near the entrance. You just head in as per the picture and there is a little nook for bike parking. On the way out you can just ride up on the path to skip the arms on the way out. 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2191975 6-Mar-2019 09:55
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https://www.wellingtonairport.co.nz/transport/motorbikes/

 

"Any motorbike that enters and parks in the airport pays the same rate as vehicles."




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  Reply # 2191978 6-Mar-2019 09:58
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Thanks, I shall go check it out. Much appreciated.


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  Reply # 2191981 6-Mar-2019 10:01
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So based on that, just pay the normal price, ride on in and take a whole car park so no one else can use it, all make sense.........................................not

 

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  Reply # 2191992 6-Mar-2019 10:12
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cyril7:

 

So based on that, just pay the normal price, ride on in and take a whole car park so no one else can use it, all make sense.........................................not

 

Cyril

 

 

Not saying it makes, sense, just what the corporation claim is the policy, 

 

but hey, they just built 1000 parks for $70 million so they have got to get their money back some how :)

 

 


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