Now that is what I call a photo filled with allure. The palm trees of the Sunshine State await, and we could send you there.

Frontier Airlines is beginning nonstop flights from the Eastern Iowa Airport (CID) to Orlando International Airport (MCO) on Thursday, November 4. In celebration of that first flight from the City of Five Seasons to The City of Beautiful (Orlando's official city nickname since 1908), Frontier Airlines, the Eastern Iowa Airport, and KHAK are giving away three trips to Orlando, Florida. Yes, three!

Three different winners will all receive roundtrip airfare for two to Orlando International Airport, courtesy of Frontier Airlines (Low Fares Done Right), along with a $100 gift card, and three days of free valet parking from the Eastern Iowa Airport. Each prize is valued at $600.

In order to participate in the contest, you must be 18 or older to win. Be sure to get signed up by no later than midnight the night of Wednesday, November 3.

Everyone knows that Orlando has incredible theme parks, but that's just the beginning. Check out some other things to do under the Florida sunshine here.

All three winners will be announced on Thursday, November 4 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. That's when KHAK's Brain and Courtlin broadcast live from the Eastern Iowa Airport before the first flight to Orlando departs! You can register to win one of the trips HERE. Good luck!

You can also enter by scanning the QR Code below.

Eastern Iowa Airport

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