Sun Country Airlines

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Sun Country Airlines
IATA
SY
ICAO
SCX
Callsign
SUN COUNTRY
Founded June 1982
Commenced operations January 1983
Hubs Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport
Focus cities Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Frequent-flyer program Ufly Rewards
Fleet size 17
Destinations 31
Company slogan The Hometown Airline
Parent company Cambria Holdings
Headquarters Mendota Heights, Minnesota, USA
Key people
Website www.suncountry.com

Sun Country Airlines is an American low-fare airline. It was started by many former Braniff International Airways employees. It is headquartered in the Minneapolis suburb of Mendota Heights, Minnesota. Sun Country uses nearby Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport as a hub. It flies regularly-scheduled and charter flights to places in the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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.

It's possible Sun Country will probably shut down soon. [2] [3]

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