15 DECEMBER 2014
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Welcome to the Business Travel News Christmas Quiz 2014.
You don’t have to actually enter but do attempt the answers. The fun is taking part. Ask your friends to help. As we are all in a World War I commemorative mood there is an abundance of elderly aircraft.
We will reveal the correct solutions on Monday 5 January, our next publishing date. Closing day is midnight Friday 2 January (all times GMT), there is no cash prize alternative and the Editor's decision is final.
Our thanks to easyJet for the first prize of return flights anywhere on the system (must be taken by 31 March) and to both Gatwick and Luton airports who have both offered free parking, and Fast Track too. If yours is another airport we will talk to them but no promises. Also use of the Swissport Aspire lounge. We have six second prizes courtesy of Aeroplane who supplied the images for the quiz from the world’s largest aircraft picture library. There are three years' subscription up for grabs and three Vulcan DVDs. It might surprise readers but once Avro were promoting a passenger version of the aircraft.
The tie break is very simple. "Why is easyJet Britain’s most successful airline?" In ten words or less.
Please send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As an opener here are three famous aviation sites used by business travellers in the past.
Where are these places? Scroll to the end of the competition.
All comments are filtered to exclude any excesses but the Editor does not have to agree with what is being said. 100 words maximum