Congratulations to the following AusBT readers, who will be jetting to Japan this Saturday on the inaugural Qantas flight from Brisbane to Tokyo: Michelle Aizenberg, Nat Bradford, Hannah Fraser, Daniel Kluge, Kirsty Taylor and Fiona Solomon.
PREVIOUS | Be part of the launch of Qantas’ newest international routes to Tokyo, with one business class return ticket and five economy return tickets up for grabs – that’s six chances to win, and a prize pool worth over $13,000.
Your Tokyo adventure will begin on the inaugural QF61 service from Brisbane to Tokyo’s Narita Airport, departing Brisbane at 11am on Saturday August 1st – with some special ‘first flight festivities' before take-off!
The flight will run on Qantas’ latest Airbus A330 with all-new Business Suites in business class (above) and comfortable Recaro seats in economy.
Once you reach Narita Airport at 7.15pm, your time is all your own: stay in Tokyo as long as you like and wherever you choose, from a five-star hotel to an authentic ryokan (transfers, accommodation and associated costs are at the winner’s expense).
Your return flight to Australia will be on Qantas’ Boeing 747 from Tokyo’s conveniently-located Haneda Airport to Sydney, at a date of your choosing.
Note that as a condition of entry, winners must
- be able to travel on August 1st on the inaugural QF Brisbane-Tokyo flight
- pay for their own transfers, accommodation, meals and other ground expenses in Japan
- arrange any necessary connecting flights within Australia, such as flying to Brisbane for the QF61 inaugural, or flying from Sydney after their return on the QF26 service from Tokyo
If you're good with those conditions, then entering this contest is a doddle: just share in up to 25 words why you’d like to fly to Tokyo with Qantas.
This contest is open to residents of Australia aged 16 years and over; entries close at 11.59pm EST on Sunday 26 July 2015, and the winner will be announced on Australian Business Traveller on Monday 27 July 2015 (click here to read the full terms and conditions).
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