Sun Country Airlines Expands Twin Cities Service with New Routes to Montreal and Toronto

Sun Country Airlines Expands Twin Cities Service with New Routes to Montreal and Toronto

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is set to become the hub of thrilling new travel opportunities as Sun Country Airlines reveals its latest expansion endeavors. The airline is gearing up to introduce new nonstop services to two Canadian destinations, Montreal and Toronto, with operations commencing in June next year.

In addition to these exciting international routes, Sun Country is making noteworthy strides in boosting domestic connectivity. The carrier is introducing seasonal nonstop services between the Twin Cities and eight U.S. destinations, expanding travel possibilities to:

  1. Albuquerque, New Mexico
  2. Billings, Montana
  3. Boise, Idaho
  4. Grand Rapids, Michigan
  5. Missoula, Montana
  6. Oakland, California
  7. Syracuse, New York
  8. Washington Dulles

Most of these new routes will operate twice weekly, while service to Washington Dulles will be available four times a week. With these enhancements, Sun Country is all set to offer a total of 98 nonstop destinations from the Twin Cities, marking a significant milestone in their expansion efforts.

Grant Whitney, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer for Sun Country, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We have more than doubled our nonstop destinations for customers flying out of MSP in the last five years, and we are thrilled to offer these unique new offerings spanning the continent from Quebec to New Mexico.”

Furthermore, the airline is committed to sustaining the seasonal routes that were introduced during the past summer. These include services between the Twin Cities and Charlotte, North Carolina; Detroit; Kansas City; Louisville, Kentucky; Omaha, Nebraska; and Rapid City, South Dakota.

In a separate development, Sun Country Airlines announced that, starting in the upcoming spring, its Houston flights will be redirected to William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) instead of George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). This strategic change aims to enhance the overall travel experience for passengers in the Houston region.

With these significant expansion plans, Sun Country Airlines is poised to offer travelers an even more extensive and diverse range of options, connecting them to a multitude of destinations across North America.

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