Behind the 18th door of the InsideFlyer Advent Calendar is a gift package from Qatar Airways, including some very special treats, as well as two tickets for FC Bayern Munich’s game against RB Leipzig on 5th February 2022.
Qatar Airways has been an official platinum partner of FC Bayern Munich since 2018 and has secured a long-term partnership with the Bundesliga club. As part of the partnership between the record champions and the award-winning airline, the logo of Qatar Airways can be seen on the shirt sleeve of FC Bayern.
The partnership with FC Bayern Munich and global sporting tournaments such as the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ™ shows Qatar Airways’ commitment to events that not only produce top athletic performance, but also bring people together.
Together with Qatar Airways, we are giving away two tickets for the game between FC Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig on February 5, 2022 at the Allianz Arena in Munich. If the game takes place without spectators, an alternative date will be chosen. The lucky winner will also receive a Qatar Airways aircraft model and a signed FC Bayern Munich shirt.
How to enter
Enter Day 18 of the InsideFlyer Advent Calendar via the following link:
The InsideFlyer team wishes you a very merry Christmas!
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