The airline will offer travelers from Minneapolis/St. Paul nonstop, seasonal flights to Portland.
Sun Country Airlines announced new seasonal nonstop service from its hometown market of Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) to Portland, Oregon (PDX).
Seasonal flights to Portland International Airport will begin June 9, 2016, out of Minneapolis/St. Paul Terminal 2. Connecting flights are also available from/to Boston, Washington, D.C., and New York. Flights will operate four to six days per week depending on the season.
With the addition of this new destination, Sun Country Airlines will service a total of 36 destinations throughout the year.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer our customers this service to Portland,” said Zarir Erani, President and CEO, Sun Country Airlines. “Our hometown shares so much of the vibrancy and culture that makes Oregon great, so it feels natural for the Twin Cities’ airline to serve Portland International Airport. We are excited to continue to expand our list of cities served for our customers.”
“We are excited to welcome Sun Country’s scheduled service to PDX this summer,” said David Zielke, Director of Air Service Development for Portland International Airport. “This now gives Portland another convenient option for business or leisure travel to the Twin Cities area.”
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