Sun Country Airlines

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Sun Country Airlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedJune 1982
Commenced operationsJanuary 1983
HubsMinneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport
Focus citiesDallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Frequent-flyer programUfly Rewards
Fleet size23
Company sloganThe Hometown Airline
Parent companyApollo Global Management
HeadquartersEagan, Minnesota, USA
Key people

Sun Country Airlines is an American low-fare airline. It was started by many former Braniff International Airways employees. It is headquartered in the Dakota County suburb of Eagan, Minnesota. Sun Country uses nearby Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport as a hub. It currently flies to 43 destinations throughout the Caribbean, United States, Mexico, and Costa Rica.

Most of Sun Country's routes either arrive in or depart from Minneapolis-St. Paul. The airline also sometimes has flights between other cities, including Dallas, Texas

Sun Country has Boeing 737 airplanes.

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