Sun Country Airlines to launch two Canadian routes in 2024

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Sun Country Airlines (NASDAQ:SNCY) will launch new nonstop service to Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) in June of 2024, subject to final approval.

The US low-cost leisure carrier has also extended its schedule for customers to book travel through Sept. 10, 2024.

New Routes for 2024

In June 2024 (pending final approval), Sun Country Airlines is all set to add transborder flights with the introduction of nonstop services to Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).

These two iconic Canadian cities will be just a flight away, adding a touch of international flair to Sun Country’s already impressive network.

But that’s not all. Sun Country’s commitment to providing diverse travel options extends further with the introduction of eight new domestic, seasonal nonstop routes from MSP to the following exciting destinations:

1. Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ), New Mexico

2. Billings Logan International Airport (BIL), Montana

3. Boise Airport (BOI), Idaho

4. Dulles International Airport (IAD), Virginia/Washington, D.C.


5. Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR), Grand Rapids, Michigan

6. Missoula Montana Airport (MSO), Montana

7. Oakland International Airport (OAK), California

8. Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR), New York

With most of these destinations offering twice-weekly services, Dulles International Airport stands out with four weekly flights.

A Sun Country Airlines Boeing 737NG aircraft parked.
Photo Credit: Sun Country Airlines

Expanding Horizons

Sun Country’s 2024 expansion means they will now offer nonstop services from MSP to a staggering 98 distinct markets.

This expansion speaks to Sun Country’s commitment to becoming the go-to airline for leisure travelers out of MSP.

Over the past five years, the airline has more than doubled its nonstop destinations, demonstrating their dedication to providing a wide array of travel options. From Quebec to New Mexico, Sun Country has you covered.

Seasonal Services and New Airports

Sun Country is not just looking to the future; they’re committed to continuing their seasonal service to cities they launched in the summer of 2023.

This consistency ensures that travelers can rely on Sun Country Airlines for their favorite summer getaways.

Additionally, starting in spring 2024, Houston-bound flights will operate through William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) instead of George Bush Intercontinental/Houston Airport (IAH).

This change is a strategic move by Sun Country to enhance the overall travel experience for passengers.

With this recent announcement, Sun Country Airlines is set to operate an impressive 120 routes, connecting 104 airports across the United States, Mexico, Central America, Canada, and the Caribbean.

This extensive network positions them as a top choice for travelers looking for safe, reliable, and affordable flights to a variety of destinations.

The Sun Country Service

What sets the leisure airline apart from the rest is not just their extensive route network but also their commitment to providing an exceptional onboard experience. Passengers can expect:

State-of-the-Art Seating: Sun Country offers state-of-the-art seating equipment with full-size tray tables, comfortable recline, and in-seat power in most seats.

Free In-Flight Entertainment: Sun Country provides free in-flight entertainment that you can access on your own devices. This includes a wide range of options to keep you entertained during your flight.

Complimentary Beverages: Passengers can enjoy a variety of complimentary beverages, including water, coffee, tea, juices, and soda.

Local Partnerships: Sun Country proudly partners with many Minnesota and Midwest-based companies to offer local products on their menu. This allows passengers to savor the flavors of the region during their flight.

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