THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
To celebrate Qantas's 90th birthday next month, Australia's Number One airline is offering two lucky Breakfast viewers the opportunity to fly to Australia, stay four nights in a luxury Marina King room at one of Sydney's most popular hotels BLUE, and fly over Sydney with John Travolta as your pilot on board his own Qantas Boeing 707.
Each day this week, we will be giving you clues. You need three clues to enter.
Click here for the competition terms and conditions .
The competition closes at midday on Friday, October 8.
The winner will be announced on Monday, October 11.
Qantas operates more than 190 flights per week between Australia and New Zealand, including non-stop services between Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne and Wellington and Sydney and Christchurch. Year-round weekly services between Sydney and Queenstown commenced in October 2005 and now operate thrice weekly. During the ski season, Qantas also operates direct weekly services from both Brisbane and Melbourne to Queenstown. The airline also connects Auckland with Los Angeles via a non-stop daily A330-200 service and provides a five-times-per-week A330-200 connection to and from New York. In September 2009, Qantas took delivery of the first of six new B737-800 aircraft which will be dedicated to Trans-Tasman services.
One of Sydney's most popular hotels is now BLUE . Everything else about this charming boutique hotel though, remains the same. The simple, yet chic urban spaces, the acclaimed bar, the stylish lofts and stunning location in the heart of the finger wharf at Woolloomooloo. BLUE is a proud member of one of Asia's finest and largest hospitality groups, Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, which has luxury hotels in New York, Boston, San Francisco, London, Africa, Maldives, The Middle East, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and India, including the legendary The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, Mumbai..
About John Travolta & Qantas
The Hollywood A-lister has been a Qantas Ambassador since 2002 and flies a Qantas Boeing 707. He was struck by Qantas' impressive safety record and the fact that it flew the longest routes in the world. Having learned to fly light aircraft in his teens, John began to buy aircraft in his 20s, eventually acquiring an ex-Qantas Boeing 707. Following the September 11 terrorist attacks of 2001, John wanted to play a role in fostering goodwill and encouraging people to travel again. He approached Qantas and the idea for the Spirit of Friendship tour was born. Announcing the tour in Los Angeles in June 2002, John was presented with his 747-400 'wings', having completed extensive training at Qantas' Sydney headquarters and with Boeing in Seattle, and became an official Qantas "Ambassador-at-Large".
The tour started on 1 July 2002, with John piloting his Boeing 707, painted in its original 1960s Qantas branding and livery. Taking off from Los Angeles, the tour visited Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, London, Rome, Paris, Frankfurt and New York. It involved about 80 flying hours and covered more than 35,000 nautical miles.