Sun Country Reviews
Sun Country Reviews
MN Airlines, LLC, operating as Sun Country Airlines, is an American low-cost airline headquartered in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul suburb of Mendota Heights, Minnesota. Sun Country uses nearby Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) as its main hub and flies scheduled and charter flights from Terminal 2-Humphrey to destinations in the United States, Mexico, Caribbean and Costa Rica. The airline provides charter service for the United States Armed Forces.
Sun Country’s original staff consisted of sixteen pilots, sixteen flight attendants, three mechanics, and one office person. The company’s first president was Captain Jim Olsen, who also acted as Chief Pilot. His wife, Joan Smith-Olsen, acted as Chief Flight Attendant and Head of Inflight Operations. Jim Olsen retired from Sun Country in 2007. Sun Country Airlines currently flies to 32 destinations throughout the Caribbean, United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, and United Kingdom. Sun Country Airlines introduced Sun Country Vacations, a new program that allows customers to book hotels, flights and more in a single transaction. Sun Country Vacation packages will be offered to a wide range of destinations including Cancun, Cozumel, Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Ixtapa, Cabo San Lucas, St. Thomas, St. Maarten, San Juan, Orlando, New York, Palm Springs, Phoenix, San Diego, West Palm Beach, Seattle, Las Vegas, Tampa, Fort Myers, Harlingen and soon to include, Anchorage, Washington D.C., and Boston. It was also announced that the program will expand in the future to include Hertz car rentals, sightseeing packages, and attraction packages. Sun Country has now also gained approval for flights from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Washington-Reagan National Airport. The Minneapolis-Washington route began on August 20, 2013.
Sun Country announced a new frequent traveler program entitled the Sun Country VIP Club. After the Ufly Rewards launch, the Sun Country VIP Club was renamed Ufly Rewards Plus. The same benefits remained and members now earned points for their travel.
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