Fly Me to the Moon Contest


Fly me to the moon contest

Lightspeed Aviation announced the Fly Me to the Moon contest, which runs May 23 through June 26, 2016. The pilot who flies the most miles during private flights — as tracked through CloudAhoy tracking and debriefing service — will win their choice of any of the four models of Lightspeed premium ANR headsets including Sierra, Zulu.2, Zulu PFX, or the new Tango wireless headset. First runner up will win a Gann leather flight bag and second runner up will win a Markham leather flight bag, both from Lightspeed’s Adventure Flight Bag Collection. Anyone with a free or standard CloudAhoy account can enter the Fly Me to the Moon contest.

“We designed the Fly Me to the Moon Contest to give pilots one more excuse to go flying,” said Teresa De Mers, Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Support for Lightspeed. “And we’ve built some features into this promotion that are truly innovative in their own right.”

One of those features is a live leaderboard at CloudAhoy will feed flight data (with the contestants’ permission) to the leaderboard, showing the front-runners in real time, along with flight track images of recent flights.

“We are excited to be partnering once again with CloudAhoy,” said De Mers. “Due to the incredible user experience they provide, it is easy to see why they are one of aviation’s most popular apps. With Cloud Ahoy we share a passion for building innovation into the products we create and we share a passion for flight and for making flying safer and more enjoyable.”

To maximize chances of winning, Lightspeed is encouraging pilots to signup before May 23 and to be sure to log every flight through CloudAhoy. To enter, visit

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