WIN – A Names on A Plane Naming Package worth £1,000

WIN – A Names on A Plane Naming Package worth £1,000

To celebrate the successful launch of the RAF Museum’s Names on A Plane Fundraising Campaign we are giving members of the public the opportunity to win a Names on A Plane naming package worth £1000 in our latest free to enter competition. 

To enter all that you have to do is answer a simple question. All the correct entrants will then go into a prize draw to win the Names on a Plane naming package worth £1,000.

One lucky winner will receive:

Their name or the name of a loved one, as chosen by them, on a Red Arrow Hawk Jet
A commemorative RAF Bluey with a special message from the Reds
A limited edition ‘Names on a Plane’ Pin Badge
RAF Museum Membership complimentary for 1 year
A Personalised die-cast Corgi Red Arrow Hawk Jet with the name of your choice
Their name or the name of a loved one, as chosen by them, on the digital wall in the Members
        Room at the RAF Museum - opening in 2018

Names on A Plane is a once-in-a-lifetime from the RAF Museum for everyone to be a part of the RAF’s history! The campaign aims to raise £2 million worth of funds for the Museum’s RAF Centenary Programme. 

2018 marks the centenary of the Royal Air Force. The award-winning RAF Museum will celebrate and commemorate this anniversary through a major transformation of its visitor experience, sharing the RAF story on site and online. To do this we need help from the public.

Members of the public wishing to support the RAF Museum RAF Centenary Programme may do so by making donations at There are 5 naming packages are available ranging from £30 - £25,000 including a £1,000 naming package.

Competition is open now and closes Sunday 19 June 2016 at midnight. Good Luck.

If you do not wish to wait to see whether you have won the £1000 Names on A Plane Gift Experience you may put your name on a plane by going to

The Royal Air Force Museum is a Registered Charity, Charity Number 244708.

The Red Arrows are the Royal Air Force’s Aerobatics Team. What is the name of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Aerobatics Team?

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