Win a Spitfire flight - tickets £20!

PUBLISHED: 16:50 27 October 2020 | UPDATED: 13:53 30 October 2020

Win a flight in a Spitfire!

Win a flight in a Spitfire!

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Your chance to WIN a 45-minute flight in the iconic Spitfire with the British Aerobatics Spitfire raffle for just £20 per ticket

All proceeds go to a good causeAll proceeds go to a good cause

Tickets £20 - only 1,000 to be sold - closing date is January 12th 2021

Win a fantastic 45-minute flight in the iconic, combatveteran Spitfire in the British Aerobatics Spitfire Raffle.

The flight, provided by Fly a Spitfire, will take place from the famous war-time fighter station at Biggin Hill. The total value of the prize is worth over £3,900 and you will have a 1 in 1,000 chance of winning.

Proceeds from the raffle will go towards the British Aerobatic Team training and support fund in preparation for World and European Championships. Also, from the proceeds of each raffle, British Aerobatics will make a donation to The Douglas Bader Foundation who, since 1982, have worked tirelessly to advance and promote the physical, mental and spiritual welfare of persons who are without one or more limbs, or otherwise physically disabled. (Registered Charity No. 800435).

TO BUY RAFFLE TICKETS, CLICK HERE

The Prize

A 45 minute (a minimum of 35 minutes airborne) ‘Beachy Head’ flight in the 2-seat T9 Spitfire.

At the pilot’s discretion, you may take control of the Spitfire. The prize also includes a FREE digital video of your flight, a framed flight certificate, a souvenir Flight Patch and the opportunity for photographs by the Spitfire you just flew.

Please note: No person under the age of 16 years is permitted to purchase or sell raffle tickets; and the prize recipient must be over 18 years of age. Evidence of age may be required.

David Munn, the winner of our recent Spitfire prize draw, shares his experience: “The feeling of elation and the powerful sound of the Merlin up close is impossible to explain but, for me, was a dream come true. A 300 mph turn to position us along the coast with me at the controls doing a wingover, some rolls and the inevitable loop before making our way back to the airfield for the landing. It’s everyone’s dream to fly a Spitfire and I can only say what an absolute fabulous experience it was.”

Under the Gambling Act 2005, the British Aerobatic Association’s raffle is registered with Huntingdonshire District Council,

Registration No. SSL 1786. Responsible person: Fundraising Controller, British Aerobatic Association Ltd, 84 Green End

Road, Sawtry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5UZ

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