SHARE YOUR PHOTOS from our Great War Flying Display 2018 or any previous TAVAS display, and you could win one of four flights in our replica 1918 Bristol F.2b Fighter or 1928-designed Pietenpol Air Camper!

FOUR CATEGORIES

1. Experienced or Professional

2. Absolutely Amateur

3. Under 16

4. Past Appearances
     Photos of GWFD 2016,
     GWFD 2017 or 
TAVAS aircraft
     at W
ings over Illawarra 2017

AWESOME PRIZES

• BRISTOL F.2b Fighter flights 
   for the TWO best photos overall

• PIETENPOL Air Camper flights 
   for the TWO next best photos

PLUS a TAVAS Membership and Keyring (over $50 value) for the two best photos in EACH category!

 

And you can enter up to 10 times! (Entries close April 30th)

ENTER HERE

We can't wait to see your photos – and hopefully take you for a ride in one of our incredible aircraft. Good luck!

Terms & Conditions

Please read these all the way through before you enter.

  1. GENERAL
    1. This contest will be judged on artistic and technical merit. It is not a draw or sweepstake.
    2. All entries must be original photographs, taken by the entrant. By entering you affirm that you are the photographer and are entitled to submit your image.
    3. There is a limit of ten (10) entries per individual. Additional entries may not be considered for judging at the Contest Organiser’s sole discretion.  
    4. All entries will become property of TAVAS.

  2. HOW TO ENTER
    1. Entries must be submitted using the online form at tavas.com.au/contest
    2. Entries close at midnight (AEST) on Monday, April 30th 2018.

  3. ENTRY CATEGORIES
    1. Entrants must choose the appropriate Entry Category for their skill level, age, or subject material as follows: 
      • Entrants submitting photographs from the TAVAS Great War Flying Display 2018 should choose Category (1) or (2) based on a fair assessment of their experience and equipment; OR Category (3) only if they are aged under 16 years on the day they took their photo(s).

      • Entrants submitting photos from the TAVAS Great War Flying Display 2016, the TAVAS Great War Flying Display 2017 or of TAVAS aircraft at Wings Over Illawarra 2017 must enter Category (4). 
    2. Entrants deemed to have selected an inappropriate category may be disqualified without further notice.

  4. JUDGING
    1. The winners will be the photographers who submit the best photographic work in each category and overall. 
    2. Final determination of ‘best photo’ is subject to a range of subjective factors and will be solely at the judges’ discretion. No further correspondence will be entered into.

  5. PRIZES
    1. The judges will choose the best two entries overall and award the two winning photographers a passenger flight in the TAVAS replica Bristol F2b Fighter aircraft.
    2. The judges will then choose the next two best entries overall and award the two ‘runner-up’ photographers a passenger flight in the TAVAS Pietenpol Air Camper aircraft.
    3. The judges will also choose the two best entries in each of the four categories and award those eight photographers full TAVAS Membership and associated benefits (newsletter, museum access, etc) for a period of 12 months (i.e. From 1 May 2018 to 30 April 2019) plus a TAVAS Keyring.

  6. FLIGHT ARRANGEMENTS
    1. Passenger flight prizes include a flight from Caboolture Airfield only. Each winner will need to liaise with TAVAS to arrange a mutually suitable date and time for their flight and is responsible for thier own travel arrangements.
    2. Winners of passenger flights must acknowledge that TAVAS aircraft are designated Experimental aircraft and are not operated to the same safety standards as a normal commercial passenger flight. The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) does not set airworthiness standards for Experimental aircraft and persons fly in these aircraft at their own risk.
    3. Winners must also acknowledge that, in the interests of safety, the aircraft are subject to weather and serviceability issues on the day, and flights may need to be cancelled at short notice due to factors beyond TAVAS control.
    4. As such, winners indemnify TAVAS as far as permissible under law from any loss, inconvenience, injury or death resulting from claiming their prize.
    5. On the other hand, we will do our best to make your flight as safe and amazing as possible!

  7. ORGANISER
    1. The Contest Organiser is The Australian Vintage Aviation Society (‘TAVAS’) based at Caboolture Airfield, Caboolture QLD 4510.