Picture it: You’re flying into Orlando to enjoy central Florida’s theme parks and other attractions, and haven’t paid a dime for your ticket.
Also, your name is Orlando.
Frontier Airlines partnered with local tourism association Visit Orlando to offer free flights to Orlando for anyone named Orlando in October. But other people may also be able to participate in the giveaways.
The low-cost airline is hosting a competition for four round-trip tickets and a four-night stay at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. The winner will also receive a rental car plus passes for Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, Icon Park and TopGolf Orlando. The contest is open to any adult resident in the United States, regardless of name. Anyone interested can participate in the contest website.
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As for the Orlandos of the world, here’s how free flights work: Frontier will provide anyone with the first or last name “Orlando” with a travel voucher covering up to $ 250 for a flight to Orlando International Airport from 13 to October 20.
Anyone named Orlando can click here to register for the voucher by October 5th.
The airline has not said whether it will ultimately offer similar freebies for Austin-named travelers visiting Texas or Savannah-named passengers traveling to Georgia, as those cities are both among the more than 100 destinations that the airline flies to. low cost airline based in Denver.
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Tyri Squyres, Frontier’s vice president of marketing, called Orlando “the mecca of family fun and entertainment.”
“Frontier proudly offers the most direct routes of any airline to Orlando International Airport and is the airline of choice for vacationing families and friends looking for an affordable travel option,” Squyres said in a statement. print. “Also, we look forward to welcoming all the people named” Orlando “to their flights to their namesake destination.”
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The coronavirus pandemic has forced many potential travelers to cancel their vacation plans this year. Orlando, a popular tourist destination thanks to attractions such as the Walt Disney World Resort and the Universal Orlando Resort, has been trying to attract more visitors. And those attractions have reopened with health precautions in place to protect guests and workers.
George Aguel, president and CEO of Visit Orlando, said in a June announcement that parks and hotels have “worked tirelessly for months” to create safe reopening plans.
“Consumers know and historically trust how Orlando takes safety seriously and many of our attractions and parks do so in a way that is not only thorough, but also fun, as a social distancing reminder from the Stormtroopers at Disney Springs or a skunk monkey. giant character wandering around Gatorland, “said Aguel.