Sun Country begins Baltimore, a new airport, from Minneapolis

 

Baltimore to Minneapolis

 

Sun Country begins Baltimore, a new airport, from Minneapolis

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On 25 June, Sun Country joined Baltimore’s ranks with a new service from Minneapolis. It wins Route of the Week.

The 1,507-kilometre service will ordinarily operate four-weekly, although it does vary depending on the specific week.  The operation ends for the winter on 14 December.

Almost 700,000 seats last year, a good CAGR of 8% since 2010

Minneapolis – Baltimore had 691,000 seats last year, OAG Schedules data indicates, with Delta, Southwest, and Spirit all competing.  These 691,000 were up 8% YOY, mainly from Spirit adding over 41,000 additional seats.

Sun Country begins Baltimore, a new airport, from Minneapolis

Source: OAG Schedules Analyser.

Based on the week starting 13 August 2020, 34 weekly frequencies will be offered between the two, down nine from the same week last year because of coronavirus.  Delta will offer 14-weekly, Southwest and Spirit daily, and Sun Country four-weekly.

Ricky Smith, Executive Director of Baltimore, said: “We’re excited to add another great airline to serve our passengers.  The added flights affirm that our airport and our region remain very attractive for airline service. Sun Country is a growing airline that offers our customers more travel options, excellent service, and low fares.”


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