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Allegiant Airlines is offering people who fly out of the Dayton airport a chance to win a free vacation.

Any person who lives in a city where Allegiant services a flight to Florida has a chance to win one of the 40 vacations to seven destinations in the Sunshine State. The giveaway is in celebration of the airline reaching 40 million passengers flown through Florida on nonstop flights since 2005.

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“We’re thrilled to celebrate this major milestone and offer everyone a chance to win a vacation package to one of our amazing Florida destinations,” said Allegiant chief marketing officer Scott DeAngelo. “In 2005 Allegiant began making traveling to Florida affordable and convenient for everyone in cities across the country, and we’re looking forward to continuing that legacy for millions more customers to come.”

The vacations include airfare and a multi-night stay for up to four people. The winning travelers will have to submit a creative photograph about travel and short narrative about why they want to travel with Allegiant to Florida.

Anyone interested can enter here: http://gofly.us/oOuA30lKqzq

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Allegiant’s Florida service generates more than $4.1 billion in economic benefit annually, according to a recent study by Campbell-Hill Aviation Group.

The airline is Dayton’s only low-cost carrier. It started offering service at the Dayton International Airport in April 2016.

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