The airline industry took one of the biggest hits from COVID-19 financially. Not a lot of people are flying in 2020 for obvious reasons. It's of my opinion that they are looking for creative ways to get people to book flights. Another industry hit relatively hard was the theme park industry. Orlando, being home to both Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort, as well as many other tourists destinations, has also been trying to bring more visitors back.

Which is why Frontier Airlines and Visit Orlando are partnering up to bring some tourism back to the sunshine state by offering free flights to Orlando for anyone named in Orlando! You can thank your parents for this one if this applies to you.

If you are someone with the first or last name Orlando and you want to take advantage of a free trip (because why wouldn't you) then you can sign up for a voucher here! You have until October 5th to do so. The voucher will cover up to a $250 for a flight to Orlando International Airport from October 13th-20th.

If you're apart of the other 97% of people who not named Orlando, you still have a chance to win a free round-trip and a four-night stay good for four people. Check out the contest here.

Tyri Squyres, vice president of marketing at Frontier said in a press release, “Frontier proudly offers the most nonstop 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.” He added, “plus, we can’t wait to welcome all the folks named ‘Orlando’ on flights to their namesake destination.”