Sun Country Airlines in Minnesota said on Tuesday that it would introduce nonstop service to fifteen domestic destinations this summer, including three places that are not served by any other airline from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Travelers may now book flights from MSP to Atlantic City, New Jersey, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Wilmington, North Carolina, for summer 2023.
Other new Sun Country Airlines in Minnesota destinations include Charlotte, North Carolina; New York (JFK); Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Detroit; Richmond, Virginia; Omaha, Nebraska; Kansas City, Missouri; Rapid City, South Dakota; and Traverse City, Michigan.
Additionally, service will return to Milwaukee and St. Louis. Sun Country’s final flight to Milwaukee was in January 2022, while its last flight to St. Louis was in October 2021.
The airline said that service to the additional locations would commence between April and June with two to four weekly flights.
Several airlines servicing MSP are resuming the internal and international operations they suspended in 2020 because of the COVID-19 epidemic. Delta said last month that the airline will restart flights to Asia. This summer, Condor restarted service to Frankfurt, Germany, while Air Canada began service to Montreal.
Sun Country will fly 120 flights to more than 90 airports in the United States, Mexico, Central America, Canada, and the Caribbean as a result of the expansion.