Crossbar Challenge prize shared

After the contestants failed in their endeavours to hit the crossbar at half-time on Friday night, CityJet handed free flights to all four as a reward for their efforts.

Matthew Bennett, Matthew Bow, Ruth O’Malley and Matthew Williams were all handed the chance to #winwithCityJet, with a year’s free supply of flights with CityJet up for grabs to the first of the four to hit the crossbar with a place kick from the 22m line.

After all four failed with their two attempts, some going closer than others, Patrick Lukan, CityJet’s Chief Commercial Officer, gave them the good news that the airline was giving each contestant a pair of flights to any of CityJet’s European destinations – a fantastic gesture that was appreciated by all four. 

You can see a Facebook gallery of the competition at this link.

CityJet and the Ospreys have worked in partnership since the start of 2014, with the airline becoming an official partner at the beginning of this season, since when their logo has featured on the right leg of the match day shorts.

As one of the largest carriers operating out of London City Airport, CityJet offers over 650 flights a week, over 300 of them from this conveniently located airport. CityJet operates to multiple destinations in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe from both London City Airport and Cardiff Airport. 

The airline operates from Cardiff to Edinburgh and Paris - Orly  as well as non-stop services from London City to Amsterdam, Antwerp, Avignon, Brest, Brive, Deauville, Dresden, Dublin, Florence, Nantes, Paris-Orly, Rotterdam and Toulon. It also offers direct seasonal flights from Dublin to Brest and Amsterdam to Avignon, Brive and Perpignan.