Sun Country Airlines will add a seasonal Boston route to its lineup

The airline will add service to Portland International Jetport in Portland, Maine, as well.

Sun Country Airlines has added a new seasonal Boston route Sun Country Airlines

Sun Country Airlines is adding a seasonal Boston route and a New England airport to its lineup during what the airline is calling “one of the largest expansions in company history.”

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The Minneapolis-based carrier is adding a nonstop seasonal route between Logan International Airport and Dane County Regional Airport in Madison, Wis., beginning May 7, 2020. The twice-weekly flight will take place on Sundays and Thursdays and one-way fares start at $79. The route is one of 12 nonstop seasonal routes launching in May and June at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Dane County Regional Airport in Madison, Wis., and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

Furthermore, Portland International Jetport in Portland, Maine, is one of four new airports joining the Sun Country Airlines network. The other three airports are Baltimore Washington International Airport, Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. A seasonal nonstop flight from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to Portland International Jetport will launch on June 18. The route will operate twice weekly on Sundays and Thursdays. Fares start at $69.

“We are excited to expand our seasonal summer routes in these key markets, and to expand our network into new airports,” said Sun Country Airlines CEO Jude Brickner in a press release. “Over the past year we’ve grown and made incredible improvements — we’ve improved our inflight experience, upgraded our technology and are carrying more passengers than ever before in the history of the airline.”

The airline now operates a total of 91 routes across 55 airports to destinations across the U.S., Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.


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