Sun Country to begin service

to Chicago’s Midway Airport

Staff report

Posted: 03/25/2013 12:01:00 AM CDT

Sun Country Airlines said Monday, March 25, that it will begin service this summer between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Chicago’s Midway Airport.
The Mendota Heights-based discount carrier said the year-round, twice-daily nonstop service will begin July 1.
“Minneapolis-Chicago is one of the most popular routes from the Minneapolis airport and is the most frequently requested new destination by our customers. We are pleased to respond to those requests and look forward to operating this new route,” John Fredericksen, CEO of Sun Country, said in a news release. “We are confident our passengers will be thrilled as well to receive our award winning service to Chicago at an affordable price.”
Sun Country said it was offering introductory fares of $69 one-way in coach class and $199 one-way in first class. Tickets, which can be booked now, must be purchased no later than April 5.
The airline operates from Terminal 2 (Humphrey) at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.


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