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Greetings from an undisclosed location, where I’m currently undergoing facial reconstructive surgery. What started as a bit of fun, offering to exchange my seat with readers of the site, to anyone who recognized me in an airport, hoping to attract a few new readers has… well…. it’s…. mmmm…. blossomed. The only thing that hasn’t happened yet is an airport billboard with my face on it. For now…

Hint, hint: clues are at the bottom of this post…

British Airways Jumped In On The Game…

This whole contest (which goes through the end of 2017, btw) with more than 30 chances to spot me in countless countries, on countless airlines begins this weekend. Since British Airways, and the Independent spilled the beans- there’s no point in hiding that I’m kicking off the “Catch Me If You Can” upgrade challenge this weekend… with British Airways. Hopefully it’s not rocket science to figure out at least one of the airports I’ll be in this weekend. Going forward, remember to follow along on Twitter and Instagram for clues before upcoming flights…

And You Care About That Because I Have 20 Upgrades…

When I saw British Airways email about joining in on the contest, after seeing that I was flying with them from the contest map, I expected they wanted to ride my coattails. I did not expect that they actually wanted to give me up to 20 upgrades – 10 on each flight this weekend, to hand out to the first 10 people that find me. That’s next level stuff. SO… anyone flying this weekend? Anyone with a friend flying British Airways?

Clues To Get Upgraded… In A Riddle Of Course…

I’m flying between the two places nearest and dearest to my heart. I’ll be flying each way on a plane simply known as the “Queen”, the airline- you already know. My round trip flight numbers come to a combined 357, and are within 10 numbers of each other.

Full terms and conditions for the British Airways upgrades can be found Catch Me If You Can – BA Regulations

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