Win A Boeing Flight Simulator Experience (Targeted)

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Boeing is offering some of us the opportunity to win a trip for 2 to Experience The Boeing Flight Simulator in Miami, Florida.

The You Win, You Fly! The Boeing Survery Sweepstakes is open to those who received an e-mail invitation to participate in a survey. By completing the survey you’ll be automatically be entered to win one of the prizes.

So how did I get chosen to fill out the Boeing survey? According to the e-mail I received, the survey is only open to the “Boeing e-newsletter community“.

Let’s take a closer look at the sweepstakes.

The Prizes:

Grand Prize: (1 winner) A First Class Trip for 2 to Miami, Florida

Prize includes:

  • Roundtrip Business Class airfare
  • 2 nights hotel stay
  • $750 USD in spending money
  • $275 USD towards ground transportation
  • Winner will receive a 1 hour Flight Simulator Experience.

Second Prizes:

  • US ONLY- (250 winners): Boeing Power Pack
  • INTERNATIONAL ONLY– (150 winners) Boeing branded Cool Gear Cylinder

The Rules:

  • Sweepstakes is not open to the general public. To enter you need to have received an e-mail invitation.
  • Sweepstakes is open to legal residents of the United States including DC and legal residents of Canada (excluding residents of Quebec), India, Israel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
  • Must be at least 18 years old at time of entry or the legal age of majority in the country in which they reside at the time of entry.
  • There is a limit of one entry per person.

Sweepstakes ends on November 23, 2016.

Have you ever had a chance to take part in a flight simulator experience? I haven’t and am curious to find out what it’s like!

6 thoughts on “Win A Boeing Flight Simulator Experience (Targeted)

  1. I have here in Shanghai, China. One with a pilot who trains company pilots. We flew to Tibet in 45 minutes and back. I was researching whether this simulator was a viable option to teach my Grade 10 grade ESL students about sequencing control movements. It wasn’t as there was limited space. But I had a blast. The students are instead learning to operate flying drones using a program called Tickle.

  2. I am a commercial pilot and flight instructor who would love a chance to try Boeing’s simulator. My very first flight student is now a senior captain for United airlines and flies the 777 to India. What an experience that would be for me. My son-in-law is part owner of an older 747 which is being made into a museum of AirForce 1 of the Reagan era.

  3. MaryE- That sounds amazing!

    Michael Fullmer- I had a similar issue and opened the link in an incognito window and then had no issues. Give that a try and let us know if it works!

    Michael SK Mitchell- Very cool! Will your son-in-law’s 747 be a part of the Reagan Library?

  4. I just gone of the the invitations to participate in the contest today, December 1st. It’s a little late since the rules say that the contest ended on November 23rd. Can’t tell if the contest was extended and the rules not updated, or if the e-mail was sent too late. I’ll probably never know.

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