Win a luxury holiday for 2 to Mexico @ Daily Mirror

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Found 21st Jun 2014Made hot 22nd Jun 2014
Think you can you come up with a brilliant name for the world’s next Boeing 787?

Well, now is your chance…

Thomson Airways - the first UK airline to fly the revolutionary jetlag-busting Boeing 787, is asking Daily Mirror readers to name to its fifth 787 aircraft.

Name the next Dreamliner and you could also win a luxury holiday for two adults to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, including flights on the plane from Gatwick airport and resort transfers.

The new aircraft will join Thomson’s Dream Maker, Angel of the Sky, Living the Dream, and Alfie in flying Thomson and First Choice passengers to far-flung destinations such as Thailand, Mexico, Barbados, Jamaica and Orlando.

Thomson Airways boss John Murphy said: 'We like the idea of each Dreamliner having its own identity, so we're excited about working with the Daily Mirror to see what interesting names readers put forward."

The competition closes on July 5, and the winning reader – whose suggestion will be voted for by a panel of judges from the airline and the Daily Mirror – will have their chosen name emblazoned on the livery of the striking new aircraft.

How to enter
Think of a name that captures both the holiday spirit of Thomson Airways and the hi-tech wonders of the Dreamliner jet.

Once you've picked, send your suggestion (maximum of 20 characters including spaces) to namethe787@thomson.co.uk

Don't forget to include your full name and contact phone number.

The competition can also be entered through Twitter.

Send your idea online using #namethe787 and mentioning @MirrorTravel and @ThomsonHolidays in the tweet - only entries with these mentions will be considered.







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