Passengers on the first flight between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Santa Rosa were greeted with gift bags as they disembarked the aircraft at the Californian airport. The weekly (Thursdays) seasonal route will run until 3 December.
- Sun Country Airlines has now added Santa Rosa (STS) to its route map, beginning a weekly (Thursdays) seasonal service from Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP). “The addition of Santa Rosa to Sun Country’s destinations gives our passengers access to experience some of the wonders of California, from Wine Country to the beautiful redwoods,” commented Jude Bricker, the new President and CEO of Sun Country Airlines, having previously been at Allegiant Air. The 2,540-kilometre sector will be flown by the carrier on its fleet of 737-800s until 3 December, with no other airlines presently serving the city pair. By adding Santa Rosa to its network, Sun Country now offers connections from Minneapolis-St. Paul to four Californian destinations this summer, with Santa Rosa joining the likes of San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego.