British Airways is giving away a pair of World Traveller tickets to either Costa Rica or Peru, with the winning agent choosing their end destination. The competition is open to agent members of Aspire and agent readers of Travel Weekly.
To enter agents must log any British Airways booking to either Costa Rica and/or Peru in the below entry form.
The more bookings made, the more entries agents will gain to the competition.
The closing date for entries is April 30.
The flights will be direct returns to either destination from Gatwick and must be used by the end of 2017.
It’s been almost a year since the inaugural flight from Gatwick to Costa Rica.
The 11-hour and 20 minute flight runs twice a week in the summer months and three times a week in winter.
With its expansive national parks and abundant wildlife, your customers have a wealth of tropical forests, mountain areas, rivers, lakes and volcanoes to explore. For those looking for a relaxing break there are plentiful secluded white sand beaches. Adrenaline junkies can enjoy activities such as rafting, fishing, scuba diving, wind surfing, surfing, cycling, and golf.
Operated by a Boeing 777, guests fly direct to San Jose’s Santamaria International Airport.
Customers have the choice of Club World, World Traveller Plus and World Traveller with each offering stylish surroundings, on-demand inflight entertainment, complimentary dining, a full bar service and a generous baggage allowance.
Flights in the summer depart in the morning on Wednesdays and Saturdays and winter flights depart in the morning on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Customers keen to delve into the vast history of Peru can now travel to the destination on a direct British Airways flight from Gatwick.
The flight to capital Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport, which launched in May 2016, departs twice a week in the winter and three times a week in the summer months.
Lima is an excellent starting point for a Peruvian adventure. History fans will be in good company, as the country is famous for its pre-Columbian archaeology which originated when it was the hub of the Incan empire, especially the Unesco World Heritage sites of Machu Picchu, Chan Chan and Chavín de Huántar.
Peru is also a paradise for ecological tourism, with national parks, lakes, mountains and nature reserves, as well as its location in the Amazon basin, offering a fascinating insight into its diverse wildlife. Trekking is a popular way to explore local areas, with sports such as rafting, kayaking, biking and horse riding also available for the more daring.
British Airways’ summer services will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays; winter services will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays. The average flight time is 12 hours 25 minutes.
1. We will do our very best to accommodate you on the dates you have selected but reserve the right to offer alternative dates.
2. All seats are subject to availability. There is an allocation of prizewinner seats per flight, please be prepared to look at several dates in case the allocation is already used up on your preferred dates. School holidays are particularly busy.
3. All travel is subject to availability
4. The prize a pair (2 tickets) are valid on a return direct flight to either Costa Rica or Lima, Peru from London Gatwick.
5. Travel on British Airways codeshare and alliance partner airlines and franchises is not permitted.
6. Travel must be completed by 31st Dec 2017.
7. Reservation changes are not permitted after tickets have been confirmed and issued.
8. Tickets are not transferable, have no cash value and are not for resale.
9. Tickets are booked in World Traveller (Economy) class and upgrades are not permitted.
10. Passengers must travel together.
11. Please arrange travel insurance, car hire, accommodation and entry visas independently
12. No organisers are eligible to win this prize.
13. On acceptance of this prize, you are deemed to have read and agreed to the above terms and conditions.
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