Win A Trip To South Africa To Race the A380 On The Runway

Screen Shot 2014-01-11 at 10.05.53 AMScreen Shot 2014-01-11 at 10.04.59 AMBritish Airways is launching direct flights to Johannesburg on February 12, 2014. To celebrate they are giving 5 people from around the world the chance to race the new A380 superjumbo on the runway in South Africa.

The contest follows on from the British Airways #ManVsPlane Youtube video featuring South Africa Rugby legend Bryan Habana. In the race, Habana goes up against an A380.

Check out the video to see who won:

To Enter: Tell British Airways in 50 words or less in an online entry form, why you should be picked.

The Prize:

  • Five lucky winners will get to fly with British Airways from London Heathrow to South Africa in February. Prize includes flight for 1 from London to Johannesburg to Durban and 2 nights hotel in Durban. Winners will also be offered return flights to London Heathrow from their nearest airport gateway
  • The runner with the fastest time on race day will win 2 return tickets on one of British Airways’ direct A380 flight. You and a guest could be jetting off to London, Los Angeles, Hong Kong or Johannesburg enjoying the sweet taste of success.

Some Rules:

  • Open to people over the age of 18 medically fit to participate in a 200m race
  • Must be able to participate in a filmed 200m race on February 4, 2014
  • Enter by 11PM GMT on January 20, 2014

A short video about entering the contest:

Find out more and enter for a chance to race the A380 Here.

2 thoughts on “Win A Trip To South Africa To Race the A380 On The Runway

  1. Curious, you say BA is launching its LHR-JNB A380 flights on February 12th, but I just received a sked change indicating my 744 has been change to anA380 for the 25th of this month. Guess BA is jumping the gun on itself!

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