20 lucky travellers to win city break to Munich as part of Newcastle International Airport and Lufthansa's biggest ever giveaway

20 lucky travellers to win city break to Munich as part of Newcastle International Airport, Lufthansa and Munich Airport's biggest ever giveaway

A handful of lucky travellers will be beating the January blues with a city break to Munich thanks to Newcastle International Airport and Lufthansa.

Competitions being run across the Airport’s Instagram and Facebook channels are offering two winners the opportunity to each take nine friends on a city break to Munich, Germany.

The huge prizes are being shared on social media to help celebrate the arrival of Lufthansa at Newcastle International Airport, with their new route to Munich starting next month (FEB).

The prize winners will be able to travel in style as they are fast tracked through airport security before boarding the first ever Lufthansa flight from Newcastle to Munich on February 3rd.

On board the flight, passengers will be treated to Lufthansa’s five star service, with exceptional customer service and high-quality inflight product.

Upon arrival, the winners will be able to explore all that the beautiful region of Bavaria has to offer, such as world-class museums, intriguing art galleries, stunning architecture and hundreds of beer gardens scattered across the area.

As part of the prize, the lucky winners will also receive a two-night stay at one of the city’s popular hotels, provided by Munich Airport.

Leon McQuaid, Head of Aviation Development at Newcastle International Airport, said: “We are delighted that Lufthansa are coming to Newcastle and it is a fantastic brand for the North East to be affiliated with.  

“It is great to see such a brilliant take up from the social media competitions, and we are very excited to see the first flight to Munich take off.

“Whether you are travelling in a large group, for a couples’ break or exploring solo, Munich makes the ideal destination to experience something new.”

The competitions end at midnight on Sunday (JAN 12).

The new route to Munich will provide the North East with 130 onward connections throughout Europe and beyond six days a week.