Air Transat continues to celebrate having reached an impressive 100,000 fans on Facebook. Following the surprise trip giveaways for both “Super Fans”, Air Transat invites its supporters to participate in a month-long contest.
As a reminder, every week for four weeks, fans of the Air Transat Facebook page will be asked to vote for one of three destinations served by Air Transat. Once the results are in, they can enter the contest for their chance to win a one-week trip to that destination. In all, there are four trips for two to be won.
This week’s winner, Ms. Leslie Zillman from Ontario, won a trip for two to Rome, Italy. Valued at a maximum of $3,800, her prize includes roundtrip airfare aboard Air Transat from Toronto, a one-week (7-night) stay in double occupancy at the Terminal Hotel, roundtrip bus transfers between the airport and the hotel, and a 24-hour Hop-On-Hop-Off Ciao Roma pass.
This week’s theme was the following:
Don’t Forget Your Hat!
Canadians are all too familiar with the toque; most of us even have more than one. That being said, we’d trade in our toque for something a little cooler at the drop of a hat. Which of these warm-weather hats would you like to try on?
The photo choices were:
A) Sombrero Vueltiao B) Rasta Tam C) Panama Hat
The results are in: fans voted for the Panama Hat! Canadians can now register on the Air Transat Facebook page for the chance to win a trip for two to Panama.
The name and trip details of this week’s winner will be revealed early next week, after which a different question will be posted on Facebook and another prize will be up for grabs.
About Air Transat
Air Transat is Canada’s leading holiday travel airline. Every year, it carries some 3 million passengers to nearly 60 destinations in 25 countries aboard its fleet of Airbus wide-body jets. The company employs approximately 2,000 people. Air Transat is a business unit of Transat A.T. Inc., an integrated international tour operator with more than 60 destination countries and that distributes products in over 50 countries.