Emirates Airline is making it possible for photographers to show off their work to millions of travellers at the worldu2019s busiest international airport.
Emirates Airline is making it possible for photographers to show off their work to millions of travellers at the world?s busiest international airport.
The Dubai-based carrier has recently taken control of the former ?Concorde Roundabout? at Heathrow, now fittingly known as the
?Emirates Roundabout?, with long-term plans for the site consisting of the display of an Airbus A380 superjumbo.
In the meantime, Emirates is running a photography competition with prizes of Emirates flights to any destination for the winners, while 20 shortlisted photographs will be exhibited on special hoardings at a staggering 5m x 2m in size.
?Emirates is creating a unique gallery for the world?s best travel photography,? said Mike Simon, Emirates? Divisional Senior Vice President. ?We believe travel should inspire people, not just transport them. We hope our Heathrow gallery will embody the Emirates? spirit of discovery whilst sharing uplifting images of travel with many thousands of people each day?, Mr Simon added.
To enter the competition, contributors can upload their photographs at www.keepdiscovering.com until May 30th. The winners, chosen by a panel of judges comprising of Emirates senior management, will be announced August 20th