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One lucky dragon hunter could win international flights to a destination of their choice

There is just weeks to go until the GoGoDragons! clan takes to the streets of Norwich and soon a trail map detailing the locations of all 84 dragon sculptures will be available.

The map will also include a competition asking people to crack a code by finding a letter on each of the dragons, and airline KLM is offering a prize of two return flights from Norwich International Airport to a destination of the winner’s choice within the KLM network. The winner could be jetting off to China – the land of the dragon – or Peru, America, Brazil, Australia, Canada, Indonesia, or any other KLM destination. Norwich International Airport is also offering free parking to the winner for the duration of their trip.

Dragon hunters can begin working on their competition entries when the GoGoDragons! trail – organised by children’s charity Break and Wild in Art – starts on June 21.

Martin Green, events manager at Break and project manager for GoGoDragons!, said: “This is the sort of prize everyone dreams of winning! Break is extremely grateful to KLM for sponsoring the trail map prize and to Norwich International Airport for facilitating it.

“GoGoDragons! is all about businesses working together to bring amazing art to the streets of Norwich this summer and many visitors from not just Norwich, but the rest of the UK and even those far flung destinations KLM travel to and from.”

Warner Rootliep, AIR FRANCE KLM general manager UK and Ireland, said: “KLM is delighted to sponsor the GoGoDragons! trail map prize as it is a proof of our strong commitment to Norwich International Airport and its local community.”

Norwich International Airport has also sponsored a dragon called Wish You Were Here which has been designed by Paul Jackson and features all the places that you can fly to from Norwich International Airport.

Richard Pace, the airport’s operations director and general manager, said: “We cannot wait for our Wish You Were Here dragon to land at the airport in June. We are confident its presence will encourage visitors from outside the region to join in the fun of the trail this summer and hope that local residents will enjoy visiting the airport to meet Wish You Were Here and see some planes and helicopters too!”

Full terms and conditions of the competition will be on the GoGoDragons! trail map which will be available at various places across the city about a week before the trail starts.

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