Twin Cities-based Sun Country Airlines has announced it's resuming two of its seasonal flights from MSP, while adding day trips to and from Green Bay for the Vikings-Packers game.
The airline announced Tuesday that it is restarting its services to Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport in Mississippi and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport from early September through late November.
Sun Country is also extending its seasonal service to Raleigh-Durham International Airport into the fall.
Day trips for football games between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers are also part of this fall’s offerings.
The airline will offer same-day, round-trip service to Minneapolis from Green Bay on Nov. 21, when the Packers play the Vikings in Minneapolis.
Flights from Minneapolis to Green Bay will be offered on Jan. 2, when the Vikings play the Packers in Green Bay. Returning flights will leave Jan. 3.
“This fall presents an opportunity for us to provide folks even more flexible and convenient travel options as they begin planning exciting weekend excursions and holiday vacations,” said Brian Davis, Sun Country Airlines chief marketing officer, in a statement.
In total, Sun Country Airlines operates 96 flights out of 71 airports. In April, the airline announced 18 new routes, including to Duluth and Rochester for the first time and to popular vacation destinations like the Cayman Islands and Turks and Caicos.