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Win an A380 round-trip flight for two on iflyA380.com
13 July 2017 Commercial Aircraft

Win an A380 round-trip flight for two on iflyA380.com

What’s better than flying to a world-class destination aboard Airbus’ 21st century flagship jetliner, the A380? Doing so for free! And through 17 July, Airbus is offering the chance to do just that.

Winners of Airbus’ “Round-trip ticket” contest can choose a flight with any A380 operator (there are 13 of them worldwide) to any city the carrier serves on a route with the iconic jetliner. This contest can be entered on iflyA380.com website by clicking on the contest link and answering the question: “Which sensation matters the most when you fly?”.

You can also increase your chance of winning by asking your community to participate! The more people enter the competition using your link, the more chance you get to win.*

Having transported more than 170 million passengers to worldwide destinations in its 10 years of service, the Airbus A380 has proven itself as the passengers’ favourite aircraft: most passengers who’ve experienced the comfort and luxury of our largest aircraft in the sky say they are willing to make an extra effort to fly on it again.

Thanks to Airbus iflyA380.com website, doing so is now a matter of choice, not chance. Users can easily identify opportunities to fly the A380 on in-service routes by selecting their departure and destination airports/cities, dates and class of travel, along with the number of travellers. The website’s search function seeks out the A380 flights that correspond to travellers’ plans, directing them seamlessly to an airline operator’s website for booking with no extra cost.

*The “Round-trip ticket” contest can be found here; the full rules are here.

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