Monday, 24 August 2009

Win a holiday to Iceland

The prize features:

* Return flights from London to Reykjavik and return airport transfers.
* 2 nights accommodation in a boutique hotel including breakfast each day.
* Super Quad Biking, Snowmobiling and RIB glacial lagoon activities.

If you fancy taking a spectacular adventure packed trip to a unique setting in Iceland just answer the following question correctly...

Question: What is written on the military briefcase situated in G.I. Joe headquarters?

a. Command
b. Mars
c. General
To enter simply email us at competitions@skymovies.com (make sure you keep or enter ' G.I. Joe Competition ' in the subject line in the email). Don't forget to include your name, address and mobile/daytime contact number along with your answer!

Closing date: Monday 7th September 2009.

Get more competitions with holidays as prizes at winholiday.co.uk

Monday, 17 August 2009

Dave goes to Skane erm Skåne

Opinionated Londoner Dave takes a visit to Malmo erm Malmö

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Iceland flights from Birmingham

Hot rumour :

Iceland Express is to start flying from Birmingham (UK) to Reykjavik from summer 2010.

You heard it hear first ;)

Friday, 7 August 2009

Win a holiday to Finland


If you have ever wanted to visit Tampere, Finland here is a chance to go for free.
You could win flights from London, 3 nights hotel, dinner and a city tour.

The comp is at the Time Out website

Competition Closes on 23rd August 2009.

Good Luck

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Billund Airport 2009 Passengers Down

During the first six months of 2009, Billund Airport lost over 10% of its passengers compared to last year. Despite being home to Legoland, Denmark Billund which is Denmark's second biggest airport has lost passengers in all sectors - in part due to the loss of Sterling Airlines. There are flights to Billund from Cimber Sterling, BA, KLM and Ryanair among others - though curiously the airport is not served by the Scandinavian flag carrier SAS.

In July 2009 Billund had 282,000 passengers a reduction of approximately 33,000 compared to last year, according to recent figures from Denmark's second largest airport.
Thebiggest decline was in domestic traffic which fell by 17% to 10,000, charter traffic was down 13% to 131,000, while traffic on international routes fell 8% to 139,000.