Introducing The Flight Site King of Fly Challenge!
The Flight Site King of Fly challenge is on like Donkey Kong! Definitely something to look out for if you ask me. It’s a great competition with a great prize.
Before I get into that, you should know that if you’re looking to travel anywhere in the near future, Flight Site might just be the travel agency you’ve been looking for. This agency has been awarded the prestigious Africa’s Leading Online Travel Company title for two years in a row.
In case you did not know, Flight Site provides an innovative travel portal for South Africans to make local and worldwide travel arrangements. The company constantly strives to improve our customer’s experiences by using cutting edge travel technologies. Flight Site offers their customers the best value for money and the widest choice of flights, car and accommodation available locally and abroad.
Because of their close ties with Club Travel Flight Site has access to bulk buying power. This enables them to negotiate competitive airfares and preferential rates with airlines and other suppliers (such as hotels, car hire and cruise companies, tour operators, travel insurance and foreign exchange providers) worldwide.
The great news is that Flight Site is actually giving away an overseas trip for two worth R50,000 in the King of Fly Challenge! For more information follow @FlightSite on Twitter or check out the Flight Site Facebook page.
To earn the title of SA’s King of Fly you are challenged to show Flight Site how fast you can hop around the globe by using at least 4 major global destinations in the King of Fly Challenge. Sounds pretty easy if you ask me. If you think have what it takes, why not enter the King of Fly Challenge then? You have nothing to lose.
Watch this space for updates in the Competitions category on Running Wolf’s Rant.
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