Design ANA’s A380 Livery and Win Two Round-Trip Business-Class Tickets

Oct 7, 2016

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Have you always wanted to design your own A380 livery? Who hasn’t, right? Well, now’s your chance. Last year, ANA announced that it was going to be adding the A380 to its fleet. But long before it takes its first delivery, it’s planning on how the aircraft are going to be designed — and hints that at least one of them will fly between Tokyo and Honolulu. The Japanese carrier is hosting a competition in which the winner will have their design painted on an ANA A380 and will receive two round-trip tickets in business class between Tokyo and Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL).

Here’s how the contest works: Starting today through November 30, 2016, you can submit your design to ANA via a post or on ANA’s website. In February 2017, ANA will announce the grand prize winner and the runners up, whom will all be selected by the ANA Contest Executive Office.

Submit your design to be painted on an ANA A380.

The official rules and guidelines for submitting your entry and the contest can be found here. The grand prize winner will get two round-trip tickets in business class between Tokyo and Honolulu, as well as their creation (perhaps with some edits from the ANA team) on the side of an A380. The runners-up will receive an ANA original souvenir.

This is a really neat opportunity — especially for those extreme AvGeeks. If you have any artistic skills, it could be well worth putting those to use. If not for the pride of seeing your design on an A380, for two round-trip tickets between Tokyo and Honolulu in business class with ANA — one of the best ways to get to Asia in a premium cabin.

Featured image courtesy of Airbus.

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