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Twenty lucky winners have been fortunate enough to win return flybmi flights from City of Derry Airport to London Stansted Airport after taking part in the regional airline's special Golden Ticket Giveaway. Charlene Shongo, Airport Manager at City of Derry Airport, said the airport was "absolutely delighted" to be involved in "this fantastic giveaway." She added: "Huge congratulations to all our lucky winners. We look forward to welcoming you to the airport in advance of your flybmi flight to London Stansted. "We hope you have a fabulous time in London and enjoy everything the breath-taking city has to offer, from shopping to West End Shows, iconic sight-seeing and unique bars and restaurants, London offers a world of experiences to explore. “I would like to extend a huge thank you to all who participated in today’s hugely successful event, the city was buzzing with excitement and people displayed such heart-warming community spirit which made the event a fun and enjoyable day for all.” The Golden Tickets were hidden in four key locations in the heart of the city between 12 noon and 4pm, starting at Guildhall Square, followed by the City Walls, then Ebrington Square, before finishing at Craft Village. There were five lucky winners at each location; Catherine Barr, Derry; Donna Howl, Derry; Liam McAteer, Rathmullan; Robert Keogh, Derry; Sheelagh Maguire, Castlerock; Karen Friel, Strabane; Claire Peterson, Donegal; Charlotte McCauley, Campsie; Natasha Guthrie, Derry; Roisin O’Neill, Eglinton; Daniel Robinson, Ballykelly; Eamon Doherty, Derry; Jan Vergel, Dema-Ala; Philomena Moore, Greysteel; Tina Doherty, Derry; Naomi Doherty, Derry; Nikita Doherty, Derry; Catherine McConnell, Lifford; Elena Dunn, Derry; Belinda Moore, from Derry.
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