SeaWorld, Tampa’s Busch Gardens gives free admission to those stranded due to Icelandic volcano
Florida is a favored destination for many European tourists and due to the continually erupting Iceland volcano, Eyjafjallajokull man have been stranded across the state. Sea World has offered a free pass to any stranded European tourist whose tickets are dated between April 14th and April 21st.
According to the SeaWorld official website, the free pass if for one day admission to any United Kingdom, Irish, or Continental European tourist who is stranded due to the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajokull. The free pass is applicable for SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatic waterpark and Busch Gardens in Tampa. The free pass will end once normal flights resume.
Children under the age of three are free and one free pass to the park will be administered per flight ticket. Tourists will be required to show their ticket and a photo ID to get the free pass.
The offer is applicable to airline crew that are stranded as well.
You may contact SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment customer service with any questions at 1-888-800-5447.
The Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajokull has produced a massive ash cloud that contains a glass like substance, silica that is harmful to jet engines. European transportation ministers are scheduled to meet on Monday, April 19, 2010 to discuss when flights may resume.