People are being urged to lend their support to a campaign to name a new aeroplane after teenage organ donor campaigner Katie Gammon, who died in August. Thomson Holidays is asking people to suggest a name for its new 787 Dreamliner aircraft and vote for their favourite. Voting for the #nameourplane competition ends on November 30 when the top 10 entries will go before judges. Katies sister Louise said: We only heard about the competition a few weeks ago so were a little behind but we hope people will vote. Katie gained her angel wings too early but this would really give her wings. She was an inspirational girl who inspired thousands and saved thousands of lives by campaigning for organ donation and raising in the region on £20,000. Katie never finished her bucket list but one was to go travelling this would be the perfect tribute to tick that off her list. Katie, who underwent a double lung transplant in August 2013, died in August just days after her 17th birthday. She fought a lengthy battle with cystic fibrosis but had spent the last couple of months of her life in hospital suffering with lung rejection. Katie spent the last few years campaigning to raise money and awareness of cystic fibrosis and organ donation charities. She helped organise a series of sponsored walks along the Tarka Trail and documented her own transplant journey on her blog entitled Everything Happens For A Reason. To vote for Katie click here.