New Mexico Airlines plane. Courtesy/NMA
During upcoming ScienceFest events in September, Los Alamos County Airport (LAM) will promote the new commercial air service being offered between Los Alamos and Albuquerque by giving away two free round-trip flights on New Mexico Airlines, the company under contract to the County that provides commercial airline service between LAM and Albuquerque’s Sunport (ABQ).
LAM will sponsor three booths:
- RocketDay 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 6 at Overlook Park;
- Science of Flight 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 13 at the airport; and
- ExpoDay 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 13 at Ashley Pond Park.
To enter, participants should drop by the booth and complete a short survey, which also is the entry form. The survey asks a few questions about the individual’s use or knowledge of the airline service. A name, email address and phone number will be required on the winning entry to qualify.
The winner will be drawn in a random drawing and contacted by e-mail or phone the week after ScienceFest, with instructions on how to receive the certificate of award for the free flight, which will be issued by New Mexico Airlines. The winner will then need to contact the Airlines’ toll free number and furnish them with the certificate number in order to redeem the award.
One entry per person is allowed per booth for a total of three entries. In accordance with New Mexico Airlines’ policies, the winner must be over the age of 12. Travel is only valid between LAM and ABQ. The certificate will expire Feb. 28, 2015. All other New Mexico Airlines’ rules and policies apply to this promotion. To review rules and policies, visit www.PacificWings.com.