Sun Country Airlines has announced it will launch its nonstop flights services between Chicago-Midway and Minneapolis-St. Paul from July this year. The airline in a statement said that the flight between the two destinations would be launched from July 1, 2013, and available round the year.
According to the airline, nonstop Sun Country Airlines flights would operate from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s Terminal 2 to Chicago-Midway airport. To mark the new service, Sun Country Airlines offered its customers introductory coach class fares starting at $69 one-way, while First Class fares were offered starting at $199 one-way.
Apart from launching new flights between Chicago-Midway and Minneapolis-St. Paul, Sun Country Airlines is currently offering year-round services to various destinations in the United States, including Washington D.C., San Francisco, Seattle, New York JFK, Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth and Boston. John Fredericksen, CEO of Sun Country Airlines, said that Minneapolis-Chicago being among the most popular routes the airline was forced to respond to growing demands from the customers to launch the new route.