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Win a two-day family ticket to Flywheel at Bicester Heritage

PUBLISHED: 17:29 17 June 2016 | UPDATED: 17:31 17 June 2016

Win a two-day family ticket to Flywheel at Bicester Heritage

Win a two-day family ticket to Flywheel at Bicester Heritage

©Chris Byrne www.sunrisephotography.org

Pilot magazine has got together with the event organisers to offer as two competition prizes family tickets (covering two adults, aged sixteen-plus and up to three children aged five to fifteen years) to both days of Flywheel, the fabulous aircraft and car extravaganza that takes place at Bicester Heritage, Oxfordshire on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July.

To enter our prize draw, send in your answer to the question below:

No prize for identifying the WWII bomber/night fighter with strong associations with RAF Bicester that gave such an impressive display at the inaugural Flywheel festival last year, but what really makes this particular example such a special aircraft?

a It is faster than a Spitfire

b It is a replica constructed entirely from wood

c It is the sole airworthy example in existence

Please email your entry (one entry per person) to competitions@pilotweb.co.uk putting ‘Flywheel family tickets’ in the subject line and providing your contact telephone and address details. The closing date for entries is 26 June 2016. The first two correct entries drawn at random from those submitted by this deadline will win the prizes

Terms & Conditions

The prizes are two family tickets valid for both days of the Flywheel event on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July. There is no cash alternative. Entrants must be over eighteen. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence can be entered into. Employees or agents of Pilot magazine’s publisher, Archant and Historic Promotions are not eligible to enter.

At times Archant or its partners may contact competition entrants with details of specific competitions or promotions. Please state ‘no contact’ in the subject line of your email entry if you would rather not hear from us or our partners

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