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FlyOver Canada Terms and Conditions

All persons visiting the FlyOver Canada attraction (the “Attraction”) do so subject to the following terms and conditions provided by the owners of FlyOver Canada:

  1. Tickets may be purchased either individually or in groups. Due to limitations of seating configurations on the FlyOver Canada ride, it may not be possible for all members of a group to be seated together.
  2. All tickets expire and become null and void on the day of intended travel date.
  3. No food or beverages of any kind may be consumed on the FlyOver Canada ride or in the pre-show/lobby area. Food and beverages may be consumed in the designated area prior to entering or subsequent to exiting the ride.
  4. Children up to the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult or a guardian aged 14 years or over while on the FlyOver Canada ride or in the vicinity of the Attraction.
  5. FlyOver Canada reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to refuse entry to or remove from the Attraction or the vicinity of the Attraction any person who:
    • has behaved in a manner which, in the opinion of FlyOver Canada staff, is detrimental to the safety or enjoyment of other guests;
    • has used threatening, abusive or insulting language or behaviour or in any way provokes or has behaved in a manner that may provoke a breach of the peace;
    • is or appears to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  6. The following special effects are used in the FlyOver Canada experience: mist, wind, scents, strobe lighting. The use of these special effects are intermittent, and, while every effort is made to ensure the well-being of guests, FlyOver Canada does advise that if any guests have a pre-existing condition that could be exacerbated by exposure to any of the aforementioned special effects, then these guests should not enter the FlyOver Canada experience.
  7. Photos, video recording, and sound recording of any elements of the experience (including without limitation the Uplift pre-show and the FlyOver Canada film) are strictly prohibited. It is a criminal offence to copy or attempt to copy the copyright protected material shown.
  8. Guests must remain within permitted guest areas and must adhere to our health and safety procedures and guidelines (as guests may be instructed to do so by FlyOver staff from time to time).
  9. Guests must keep personal belongings with them at all times. FlyOver Canada accepts no responsibility for the loss or theft of, or damage to, any personal items brought to the Attraction.
  10. Save as otherwise permitted by FlyOver Canada, all persons visiting the Attraction must pay for admission prior to entering the pre-show or the ride. Tickets must be retained at all times and submitted for inspection if required by any employee or agent of FlyOver Canada. Any person attempting to gain admission without a ticket may be ejected from the Attraction and/or its vicinity.
  11. As per our safety restrictions, no persons who are under the minimum height requirement of 102cm (40″) shall be permitted to go on the FlyOver Canada Ride.
  12. To prevent offensive weapons or dangerous articles from being taken into the Attraction, guests are admitted on condition that if requested to do so, they will allow themselves and/or their belongings to be searched. It is prohibited to take to the Attraction any weapons, fireworks, smoke bombs, glass bottles, flammable liquids or other articles, which may cause injury.
  13. Smoking is strictly prohibited at the Attraction, in the vicinity of the Attraction, and elsewhere at Canada Place.
  14. Pets or animals of any nature are expressly prohibited at the Attraction (except for guide dogs and hearing dogs). Guide dogs or hearing dogs are not allowed on the FlyOver Canada ride.
  15. Unnecessary noise (such as that issuing from the use of radio sets, personal stereos and other electrical equipment) or any behaviour likely to cause annoyance to other visitors, or disruption of any kind, is not permitted on, or in the vicinity of, the Attraction and will result in immediate ejection from the Attraction. This applies equally to individuals and groups.
  16. Re-sale of FlyOver Canada tickets is prohibited. If FlyOver Canada has reason to believe that a ticket has been resold, the holder may be refused entry to, or ejected from, the Attraction without compensation.
  17. FlyOver Canada will expend reasonable efforts to ensure that the Attraction is open for use by visitors during normal opening hours. However, FlyOver Canada reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, whether for safety reasons or otherwise, and with or without prior notice, to close the Attraction. In the event of such closure, FlyOver Canada will provide a refund to any guests who have a ticket for the time of the unexpected closure but otherwise shall have no liability whatsoever, including no liability for travel expenses or any other out of pocket expenses, in respect of closure of part or all of the Attraction.
  18. FlyOver Canada,  its employees or agents, shall not be liable for any loss or damage, direct or indirect, howsoever arising, including without limitation any distress, inconvenience or anxiety caused during the course of any ride undertaken and/or during evacuation from the Attraction in the event of breakdown or accident. Ticket holder voluntarily assumes all risks and dangers incidental to the FlyOver Canada experience, whether occurring prior to, during, or after the visit.
  19. From time to time, FlyOver Canada or other authorized parties may carry out photography and/or video recording and/or other monitoring on or in the vicinity of the Attraction, which may feature visitors. By accepting these terms and conditions, you agree that FlyOver Canada or any authorized party may use such images in perpetuity, in any promotional, advertising or publicity material in any format whatsoever. You further agree that copyright in these materials rests with FlyOver Canada or such authorized party (as the case may be).
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