WIN 1 of 3 Copies of Tickets Please!

Our friends at Astral Horizon Publishing are offering Airliner World readers the chance to win 1 of 3 copies of ‘Tickets Please!’, the fascinating hardback collection of airline tickets from the golden age of aviation.

With over 150 colour illustrations from flagship megabrands like Pan Am and BOAC to some of the least known airlines flying to the most obscure corners of the world, this collection has been brought together by Sebastian Schmitz, friend of Airliner World and the author of ‘Planely Schmitz’ and ‘Interflug: East Germany’s Airline, and prefaced with an in-depth essay by airline historian Charles Kennedy. Join us on a flight to a bygone age of  travel and design!

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FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN!

 

Simply collect all 3 sets of Airliner World retro airline tickets, including the subscriber exclusive set in our February 2021 issue. Each ticket has a mysterious letter printed on the reverse. Tell us which two destinations are hidden in the anagram when all 12 letters are combined from the back of each ticket!

Don't Forget

The final set of tickets is available to Airliner World subscribers only! Subscribe here before 23 December 2020 to avoid disappointment!

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The winners will be drawn at random on 19th February, 2021 and notified by 26th February, 2021. There is no cash prize and the editor’s decision is final. The competition is not open to employees of Key Publishing or their families. No purchase necessary. The promoter is neither responsible nor liable for any change in value of a prize occurring between publishing date and the date the prize is claimed. Key Publishing will not be liable for any prizes which are lost, delayed, or damaged in the post for reasons beyond Key Publishing’s control.