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China Southern Airlines recently celebrated the arrival of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner to YVR with an exciting contest that awarded one lucky Victoria software developer with two round-trip, First-Class tickets to Guangzhou aboard the revolutionary new aircraft. YVR worked with China Southern to put a pop-up check-in counter at five different locations throughout Vancouver. People were encouraged to watch video clues to find the secret locations, then visit them, snap a selfie photograph and tweet or instragram it to @yvrairport with the hashtag #CZselfie for the chance to win. Thousands of photos were received from the five different locations and, on March 3, one lucky winner was randomly chosen from the five finalists. To find out who she is, watch the video below.

 

China Southern Airlines’ Picture Your Selfie Sweepstakes

Can you picture your selfie flying first-class to China?

On February 19, YVR welcomed China Southern Airlines’ Boeing 787 – the first Dreamliner to operate daily service to YVR and the only one in Canada to offer passengers an exclusive First Class experience.

To celebrate its new Dreamliner service to Canada, China Southern Airlines is kicking off a Picture Your Selfie sweepstakes that will award one lucky winner with two, round-trip First Class tickets from Vancouver-Guangzhuo.

On February 19, 21, 23, 25 and 27, China Southern Airline’s first-class check-in counter will be popping up around Vancouver, along with friendly flight attendants.

To enter, you must follow the clues; locate the counter; and tweet, instagram or email (CZselfie@yvr.ca) a selfie at the location with #CZselfie and handle @yvrairport.

For clues, follow on @yvrairport on Twitter or tune in to the following outlets:

For additional Picture Your Selfie rules and regulations, including submission guidelines, click here.

Check out all #CZselfie photo entries and see who you recognize!

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