Travelers in the Duluth area are often looking or the most cost effective way to fly out of Duluth. While flying directly out of Duluth has many advantages, sometimes it doesn't work out for a particular trip.

This could be due extended layovers trying to get connecting flights to match up or simply because the cost of flying out of Minneapolis at the time of booking is more budget friendly.

A new, limited-time promotion being offered by Sun Country Airlines and Landline will make flying out of Minneapolis more cost-effective.

According to our media partners at WDIO-TV, travelers will soon be able to book a trip with Sun Country Airlines from Duluth, for the same price as a trip originating from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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This deal is being offered exclusively to Duluth travelers and it's good for Sun County flights booked between August 1, 2022 and October 31, 2022.

Basically, when you book your Sun Country flight online during that promotional period, be sure to select Duluth as the origin/destination. The cost of the flight will automatically include free Landline transportation between Duluth and Minneapolis.

This will save Duluth area travelers the extra costs often associated with flying out of the Twin Cities, such as gas, lodging, parking ramp charges, etc.


Even before this promotion was announced, Sun Country Airlines and Landline enjoyed a partnership that provided convenience to Duluth travelers.

Sun Country Airlines partners with Landline, a regional mobility company, to make air travel more affordable and accessible to Duluth area residents. Landline provides ground transportation for passengers between these cities and Terminal 2 at Minneapolis St-Paul Airport (MSP). These segments are available to book directly as part of your flight itinerary on in one seamless transaction, making it easier than ever to plan your next trip.

From personal experience, Landline is a comfortable and cost-effective way to get to MSP and the drivers I've had have been very helpful and friendly. There's also the bonus of being able to relax and not deal with having to drive through Twin Cities traffic while on a trip.

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