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Take off with a paper plane and arrive in your holiday

Win tickets to New York, Amsterdam, Paris and many destinations more with Vienna Airport

Win tickets to New York, Amsterdam, Paris and many destinations more with Vienna Airport

Fancy a shopping trip to London, Paris or Barcelona? Then get your participation card on the 6th and 7th of October at Eurovea and take the chance to win one of more than 40 air tickets for two. If your card is raffled, you’ll fly – first off all with a paper plane. Let your fantasy do the work and create your personal winner plane. Train your limb – just do everything to win. Then all you need is a little bit of luck so that your paper plane hits the goal and a ticket for 2 people is yours. This way you may conquer the statue of liberty, Big Ben or the Eiffel Tower: Take off to Europe’s most beautiful cities or even cross the pond. All in all it’s 172 direct destinations Vienna Airport offers you the whole year round. 70 airlines take you non-stop to the most favourite spots – concerning holidays as well as business tasks, and all that only 40 minutes by car from Bratislava. Vienna Airport wishes you the best of luck at the raffle and a pleasant flight!

Topic: Transport


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