CLEVELAND — Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) will soon have a new carrier offering nonstop flights to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP).

On Wednesday, Sun Country Airlines announced a new nonstop seasonal route with fares start as low as $59 one-way.

Service between CLE and MSP begins May 29, 2020. It will operate twice weekly on Sundays and Fridays.

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The addition of nonstop seasonal service from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport by Sun Country Airlines is great news for our region,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson in a statement. “Added flight service speaks to the appeal of our city throughout the U.S. and around the world.” 

In all, Sun County Airlines is adding a dozen seasonal routes, with flights to Baltimore, Portland, Maine, and Bozeman, Montana, in addition to Cleveland.

“Continuing to grow in our home market is key for us, and we want to continue to offer more service to the places Minnesotans want to go,” said Sun Country Airlines Chief Executive Officer Jude Bricker. “We are adding four unique destinations including Cleveland for our leisure travelers to escape to this summer, whether that be to visit family and friends or to explore these great cities. We are excited about the growth happening at our airline as we carry more passengers than ever before, connecting even more guests to their favorite people, places and memories.”

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