The Rochdale Herald is offering readers the chance of winning one of 25 high quality aerial photographs of Gatwick Airport.

Gatwick Airport is one of the premier attractions in the UK. It’s a favourite attraction for Russian spies on sightseeing trips to Salisbury.

Now is your chance to win a breathtaking aerial photograph of this great attraction.

These photos were taken this week by renowned Rochdale photographer Orla Board.

Orla told us, “Drone and camera technology has moved on to such an extent you can get really high quality photographs from 20 miles away.”

These prints will also be signed by Orla. They are exclusive to the Rochdale Herald and are unavailable anywhere else.

For your chance to win just answer the following 2 questions:

(1) When did Gatwick Airport first open.

(2) How many flights landed at Gatwick Airport in 2017.

Send all answers to