Win a private display from the Trig aerobatic team at your home airfield!
PUBLISHED: 18:05 02 May 2012 | UPDATED: 14:13 10 October 2012
We are excited to launch a NEW Pilot Magazine competition in association with the Trig Aerobatic Team.
The 8.33 Challenge is a fun navigation exercise that all pilots can enter, no matter what you fly. We’re looking for a touch of creative thinking and sharp photography to win a great prize.
Richard Grace, Team Leader of the Trig Aerobatic Team shared with Pilot, “like our sponsor Trig Avionics we are passionate about flying, and would encourage Pilot readers to get involved, its really simple”.
To mark the launch of Trig’s new compact 8.33kHz VHF radio, we are inviting you to fly either 8.3 miles, 83 miles or even 830 miles from your home base, (you decide) and take a winning photograph that will be novel, engaging or plain impressive and wow the judges. We hope you’ll have fun planning your flight and taking part.
To enter you must submit your winning picture, indicate it’s exact distance from your home airfield and why its a worthy winner in no more than 50 words.
We would like to receive entries as soon as you can make your flight, anyone can take part. The final date for entries is 1st August 2012.
Please submit your entry electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org. Image formats accepted are .JPG and or .PDF.
The lucky winner gets something really special. The Trig Aerobatic Team will visit your home airfield to perform a private display of their 2012 Aerobatic Routine for you and your flying club.
Richard Grace adds: “We are really looking forward to flying into someone’s airfield and sharing our exciting display as the prize, so get planning and get creative.”
The winning photograph will also be published in Archant’s Professional Photographer Magazine as an additional bonus prize, so have a go and we might be visiting your strip later in the year!
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