You’ve heard all the typical shenanigans that people roll out about what they’ve done whilst on a plane.
Your best mate once met Anna Kournikova and got her phone number while your uncle sat next to Michael McIntyre on a flight back from Edinburgh and got a laugh or two after pulling out his best Dad Jokes. Not to mention those that proudly confess to having done the ultimate deed in the sky, the coveted, much sort after mile high risqué rendezvous near the emergency exits.
But now, British Airways have come up with a great way to raise funds for vulnerable kids in need by teaming up with Comic Relief (the guys behind Red Nose Day). As part of their Flying Start campaign, they’ll be spending the next year working hard to raise money to help kinds in the UK and abroad have a better life by taking donations at the airport, during flights and online.
As part of this initiative, BA are running a special one-off event over the skies of Britain. On Saturday 12th March, comedians Dara O’Briain, Jack Whitehall and Jon Richardson will be jumping on a two and a half hour flight and dishing out their best anecdotes and rhetoric at 35,000 feet, setting the Guinness World Record for the “Highest Stand-Up Comedy Gig in the World”.
Sound like a good way to spend a Saturday? You could win tickets on this one-off, lol-erific, fest of chortles sortie, all with champagne and refreshments thrown in.
To be one of only 75 lucky cats, simply text “Fly1” to 70300 or visit www.facebook.com/britishairways to enter the competition. Full terms and conditions are available on the Facebook page.
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