Jet Set Millionair Winner Scoops Free Flights For Year
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
Low-fares airline, easyJet, has given one lucky passenger the opportunity to live the Million'air' jet set lifestyle with free flights for a year to mark flying a record two million passengers out of Gatwick airport in July and August.
Early this month easyJet launched a Who Wants To Live The Million'air' Jet Set Lifestyle' web competition to celebrate its passenger milestone and award one lucky entrant free flights for twelve months.
Ann Noon from Seven Dials in Brighton pipped thousands of entrants to the post to win the once in a lifetime prize and can now look forward to selecting her first flight to any of the 74 destinations easyJet flies to out of Gatwick.
To win Ann logged on to the specially created http://www.easyjetmillionatgatwick.com/ website and correctly answered a series of easyJet related questions to successfully fly her own virtual one million passengers out of Gatwick and win free flights up until August 2010.
Ann comments: "I can't believe I've won such a fantastic prize - I never win anything!
"I've already been busy planning which countries I want to visit and I'm sure I'll have no problem deciding where I want to travel to throughout the next year with my free easyJet flights."
Paul Simmons, general manager for easyJet, adds: "We flew one million passengers out of Gatwick for the first time in July. To hit that figure for a second time in the consecutive month is phenomenal. We wanted to reward our loyal customers for their continued support and I hope Ann enjoys her free flights over the coming year."
In July easyJet celebrated flying one million passengers out of Gatwick by rewarding the millionth flyer, James Wood with free flights for a year. Lucky James was surprised at check-in as he booked onto an easyJet flight to the popular Spanish resort of Malaga with girlfriend, Klara Levring.
With a choice of 74 destinations and operating a fleet of 39 aircraft out of Gatwick, easyJet is the largest airline operating out of the south London airport and will fly, on average, 40,000 passengers out of the airport each day during the peak season - smashing the one million mark for the first time in both July and August in its 10 year history at the airport.