Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Avoid queues at the Airport - Liverpool

I think it's a great idea. It makes sense to me. There is nothing wrong in paying for a convenience. The only thing is - if every passenger decides to get the ticket (Costs £2) - then the whole point of having a FASTLANE is lost.

The tickets can be bought at vending machines located throughout the terminal. You can also pre-book (online) and take a print out of a FastLane ticket. 


Having purchased a ticket, passengers access the security screening area via turnstiles located on the level 3 of the terminal building. These turnstiles are easily identified with the FastLane logo. Simply insert the ticket into one of the machines and proceed through to the security screening area.

Unused tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

£2 pays for a ticket which will allow entry to separate channel into the security screening area, bypassing the standard passenger queue. Your £2 will then be re-invested back into further enhancing the security search area. Whether it be expanding the area of the search comb, or contributing to the purchase of new equipment, the Fast Lane charges are all going towards reducing the overall wait time for all passengers.


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