Travel Agents

Week 2: Quiz yourself to score an L.A. escape

We’re in the second week of the LAX Airport and Discover Los Angeles training incentive,which gives you the chance to win an incredible holiday to Los Angeles.

The four-week incentive comes with a new training module each week (you can see last week’s one here), along with a quiz containing 7 multiple choice questions based on that week’s module.

Next week we’ll launch our third module and quiz, which you can complete at any time and on desktop AND mobile as well. So you can do it on your commute in the morning, your lunch break or in bed later tonight!

Once you log in, you must complete the 7 questions in the one sitting. The quiz times you while you’re doing it, so don’t mess around once you’ve started!

This week, we’re focusing on the nine terminals of LAX – in particular, the ones Aussies frequent most and their features, from shops to dining to lounges. You can access the module here.

Then when you’re ready, you can log in and begin your quiz here.

To remind you, the incredible prize includes:

  • 1 x economy flight to LAX (from BNE, SYD or MEL)
  • 3 x nights’ accommodation at the new Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport LAX providing comfort and convenience at L.A’s closest airport hotel
  • 1 x Starline Hop-On-Hop-Off Los Angeles City Tour bus ticket
  • 1 x Go Los Angeles Card® with up to 30 included iconic attractions
  • 1 x Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood admission ticket
  • 1 x 12-month Qantas Club membership with access to their Los Angeles Business Lounge, where you can huddle around the communal fireplace and enjoy a Neil Perry designed menu with a Californian twist

The winner of the whole incentive will be announced after the fourth week wraps up, and after we have a chance to calculate who answered the most questions correctly, in the fastest time, overall.

As for last week’s individual winner, one agent reigned supreme. A big congrats to Kate Robinson Hallahan from Infinity Holidays NSW who was chosen at random from the top 15 entrants. You’re well on your way to being the final winner and you take home some fashionable American Tourister cabin luggage.

Keep up the good work, there’s only three weeks left before we crown our LAX expert!

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