Sun Country Airlines Announces New Service To Aruba

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Sun Country Airlines on Wednesday announced a new nonstop seasonal destination from Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP) to Aruba (AUA), as it unveils its winter/spring 2018 schedule. The new flight offer Sun Country® customers direct access to a popular vacation destination in the Caribbean Sea. The new service will expand the airline’s total number of destinations to 41.

Seasonal flights to Aruba will be offered December 2017 through April 2018 via Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport. The once weekly service to Aruba will depart on Saturdays from Dec. 23 to April 7.

For Midwest travelers, direct travel to Aruba offers an easy escape to a beautiful island in the Caribbean Sea, just off the coast of South America. Travelers will get to experience one of the most temperate islands in the Caribbean in the peak of the Midwest winter season.

“With the addition of Aruba to our destinations, we look forward to giving our Midwest travelers the opportunity to travel to an internationally renowned Caribbean island in the midst of our winter season,” says Zarir Erani, Sun Country Airlines President and CEO. “We are eager to begin partnering with Queen Beatrix International Airport so our travelers can experience everything the island has to offer.”

“We are very pleased with Sun Country’s announcement to start new nonstop service to Aruba. This new route will give visitors from Minneapolis/St. Paul and the surrounding areas a new and more convenient way to visit our beautiful island. We appreciate Sun Country’s confidence in the destination and look forward to a great partnership in the years ahead,” said Mr. James Fazio, Chief Executive Officer of the Aruba Airport Authority N.V.

“Airlift is imperative to Aruba’s continued tourism success — and this new weekly nonstop service out of Minneapolis/St. Paul accommodates the travel demands of U.S. travelers, who have shown an increased propensity to visit our island in recent years,” said Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes, CEO of Aruba Tourism Authority. “Aruba appreciates its growing partnership with Sun Country Airlines, and looks forward to introducing new visitors to our warm hospitality, authentic culture and world-famous beaches.”

Air tickets for Sun Country’s winter schedule are available for sale through April 2018, and vacation packages are available through Sun Country Vacations®.

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About: Wayne Farley

Wayne Farley is a safety evangelist who has 30 years of experience in the aviation industry with many of those years spent as an air traffic controller in aerodrome, approach and area facilities. He is an aviation enthusiast and maintains an active blog.

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