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Published on Thursday, September 26, 2019

Sun Country teams up with motor coach operator Landline

Bus company Landline has scored a partnership agreement with Sun Country Airlines to shuttle passengers to Sun Country's Minneapolis hub from regional airports across Minnesota.

The partnership begins in November with connections from Duluth and Mankato.

Landline offers premium motor coach services for regional communities located up to 300 miles from a major air hub.

Landline bus segments to MSP will be included in the Sun Country airfare and can be booked via the airline's website or on major GDS.'

"We are excited to help Sun Country extend that mission to communities where we know that for the last decade people have been left to choose between high cost, inefficient options," says Landline CEO, David Sunde.

"Landline is here to make regional air travel - which has become prohibitively expensive - more affordable and more efficient."

Landline's motor coaches have free Wi-Fi, reclining leather seats, and an onboard snack and beverage service.

"Our team has worked diligently with our partners at Sun Country, the Metropolitan Airports Commission, and the TSA to offer seamless checked baggage service for customers," says Landline president, Ben Munson.

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