Singapore, 26 May 2016 - Qatar Airways will attempt to deliver its A350 aircrafts to more than 300,000 people as part of the airline's first anniversary celebration of A350 flights from Singapore through The Sunday Times on29 May.Qatar Airways is taking newspaper creativity to new heights with paper engineering - bringing the fun of paper-folding to readers of The Sunday Times. Titled The Qatar Airways Great Origami Adventure, the centerspread advertisement was created as a piece of water colour artwork incorporating the cut-out lines of a 3-dimensional Qatar Airways A350 plane. Readers are invited to fold the 3-D origami plane, place it against any item that represents the destination they wish to travel to, take a photo and email it together with their details email@example.com by 7 June 2016 for a chance to win free air tickets. There are 2 grand prizes comprising one pair of air tickets per winner to any Qatar Airways destination worldwide, with 10 consolation prizes of 4 tickets per winner to Kidzania Singapore.As the World's Best Airline, Qatar Airways is constantly looking to engage customers in innovative, meaningful and rewarding ways. They were the first airline to fly A350 planes to all destinations departing from Singapore, a year ahead of others, and they are also the first and exclusive airline partner of Kidzania Singapore. The origami adventure idea provides an interesting platform that adds mileage to their newspaper advertisement by making it interactive and enabling their brand to engage readers in a fun way.Full contest details exclusively in The Sunday Times Life on 29 May 2016. Watch the contest video through the QR Code attached. Issued by Singapore Press Holdings Ltd
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