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Want your chance to win some fantastic prizes with Touchdown Radio? Well make sure you subscribe to our newsletter for exclusive and upcoming competitions. We will be running a range of On-Air, Subscriber Only & ad-hoc competitions offering a range of prizes.

With Competitions such as £250 vouchers courtesy of one of our Partners Pooleys Flight Equipment to FREE fuel and coming soon the Random Fifty FridayRandom Fifty Friday - our presenters will call a random flight school or aviation business and ask for a random name - if someone comes to the phone and confirms their name and it matches - then that lucky person will win fifty pounds on a Friday!

Our competitions can happen anywhere, anytime and any place, and of course look out for our very own Touchdown PA28 at an airfield near you for yet more random giveaways! 

 

  • WIN - Free TANK of Fuel

    Be it Avgas, MoGas or JetA1 - enter our monthly competition to win a tank of fuel, to enter its very easy - subscribe to our newsletter and one person will be picked at random each and every month.

  • Random Fifty Friday

    Whatever your name, whatever the airfield, aviation business or subscriber. If we call and ask for you and you come to the phone - you can win £50 on the spot from Touchdown Radio.

    Be in it to win it, subscribe to our newsletter because you can WIN at anytime - Good Luck!

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  • Come Back Concorde?

    The AV8R Blog

    You may have already heard the exciting news; United Airlines are hoping to bring air travel into the future by harking back to the past? The exciting or worrying news, depending on how you look at it or how good your memory is, that United Airlines have added fifteen planes to their fleet that are capable of travelling at twice the speed of modern airlines with the aim of bringing back supersonic travel.

  • Post-Covid Flying

    The AV8R Blog

    It would be remiss not to realise the almighty impact Covid-19 has had on the aviation industry. Of course, a lot of the large tourism-based industries have taken massive hits over the course of the pandemic, but none with such large overheads and little to no revenue coming in.