Boeing 737 flight simulator experience up for grabs at Stansted Airport

17:11 03 October 2013

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STANSTED has teamed up with Ryanair to give one lucky prize winner the chance to take the controls of a Boeing 737 flight simulator.

The fabulous prize is for a one hour experience for the winner and a guest on Ryanair’s CAE Series 5000 simulator at the Uttlesford hub.

Patrick Alexander, head of marketing at Stansted, said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer this once in a lifetime opportunity courtesy of our colleagues at Ryanair.

“If your childhood dream was to fly an airliner then your wish could come true by winning this brilliant prize – it’s as close as you can get to flying a real plane without leaving the ground.”

For your chance to experience the closest you can get to flying the real thing, simply fill in your details at tanstedairport.com/plan-and-book-your-trip/competitions. The competition closes on October 11.

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