Singapore AirShow 2014 to have fewer tickets for public
Organisers of the Singapore Airshow 2014 have reduced the number of public tickets for sale by 12,000.
The aim is to facilitate a smoother experience for visitors by reducing the possibility of congestion.
80,000 tickets are available for sale on public days of the event on the weekend of 15th and 16th February.
92,000 tickets were made available at the event's last edition in 2012, with over 90,000 snapped up.
Tickets will also not be available for sale on the actual public days of the event on site, unlike in previous years.
Organisers say this helps them plan transportation needs and logistics to handle visitors better.
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