January 6 is known as Epiphany or Three Kings’ Day, a Christian holiday commemorating the visit of the three Magi to Bethlehem after the birth of Jesus.
Many cultures celebrate this day with a Kings’ Cake, called Galette de Rois in French, a slightly hollow cake with a surprise in the center; according to tradition, whoever finds the surprise is crowned king or queen for one day.
Starting today, January 6, on the occasion of Epiphany, Air France joins forces with French confectionery, Maison Kayser, offering customers a chance to become king or queen for one day and maybe win two plane tickets to the city of lights.
How can you enter the raffle?
Throughout January, the King’s Cake will be sold at Maison Kayser branches in Tel Aviv, with Air France plane tickets to Paris, France, hiding inside one of the cakes, so all you have to do is buy a cake to enter. The lucky winner can redeem the prize throughout 2022.
Air France, part of the Air France-KLM group, operates one weekly flight from TLV to Paris, with connections to 314 destinations in 116 countries. The Air France-KLM Group operates up to 2,300 daily flights from the Group’s hubs, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol.
Air France-KLM Group is a member of the SkyTeam Airline Alliance, comprising 19 airlines and offering customers a global network of over 14,500 daily flights to more than 1,150 destinations in more than 175 countries.