interCaribbean Airways announces the launch of the “Name that Plane” competition
Recently the company unveiled its new name, brand and colorful logo to reflect the Greater Pan-Caribbean along with the expansion of air service in Western Caribbean in the upcoming months. The company will shortly take delivery of its next aircraft painted in the new vibrant brand colors.
interCaribbean is pleased to invite the Citizens and Residents of the Islands to which we fly, to help the company select the name for our next plane.
As the winner of the competition we will fly you on one of our flights to Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands as our guest to officiate at the christening ceremony of this aircraft. As the winning entry, you not only have the opportunity to be a part of this special event, but in winning you will also receive (2) round trip tickets to any one of the exciting destinations.
To enter simply visit flyairtc.com (our current website), and start your journey with interCaribbean Airways by entering the competition from the home page. Let your imagination run wild by giving us your suggested names. Please try not to use more than 25 letters but be inspired by the Islands you love, your travel style, perhaps your own name, or a memory and passion for the Islands .... Just keep in mind the name has to represent a connection to one or more of the islands.
May the best plane name win!. The rules are really quite simple and details are listed on the signup page. Air Turks & Caicos looks forward to hearing your fantastic name ideas.
About Air Turks & Caicos - Air Turks & Caicos is the national carrier of Turks & Caicos Islands, operating a fleet of Embraer 120 and Beech 99 aircraft, with flights domestically to Grand Turk and South Caicos, and International flights to Santo Domingo, Puerto Plata, Santiago in the Dominican Republic, Cap Haitien and Port Au Prince in Haiti, Kingston in Jamaica and Nassau in the Bahamas. New Services to San Juan commence in early 2014. Flights may be booked online atwww.flyairtc.com by visiting company customer care centers, airport locations or your local travel agent.