Manchester Airport and Ryanair are giving you the chance to win free flights to mark 25 years of the airline operating from Manchester!
Manchester Airport and Ryanair are giving people the chance to win free flights to celebrate the airline’s 25th anniversary of operating from the North’s global gateway.
Four pairs of flights are up for grabs for those who can successfully* guess the correct name of 25 holiday destinations all hidden within a busy scene.
Those who guess all 25 destinations correctly are then entered into a prize draw to be in for a chance to win.
The launch of the say-what-you see game, which has been created by the digital marketing agency Reflect Digital, comes as the Irish airline celebrates 25 years of operating from the UK’s third largest airport.
Since 1994 the Ryan Air has flown more than 30 million passengers and grown from one route to Dublin to more than 60.
The airline now has 12 aircraft based at Manchester Airport and will this summer offer Manchester 63 routes for Summer 2019 and a further 52 Winter 2019 routes as far out as March 2020, enjoying even lower fares.
11 new destinations from the Airport have been added by Ryan Air including Bordeaux, Gothenburg, Marrakech, Marseille, Nantes, Thessaloniki in Greece, Kyiv, Billund, Poitiers, Prague and Milan Malpensa.
Over the last 25 years the airport has seen huge growth and now welcomes more than 29million passengers a year through its three terminals, flying to more than 210 destinations.
It is currently undertaking a £1bn transformation programme which will see Terminal Two more than double in size to ensure the global gateway can continue in its role as the UK’s hub in the North.
* Terms and Conditions
1. There are 4 pairs of tickets to be won. One prize is for a pair of return tickets and there are 4 prize winners.
2. The prize is valid for one return flight for two passengers with Ryan Air and is non-transferable. If you wish to book additional passengers this can be done via Ryanair.com.
3. For full terms and conditions of the game click here