The United States could potentially get a new budget airline. The CEO of Sun Country Airlines recently announced that they will begin expanding from where their hub is at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport.
The airline is also planning to add more seats to their planes, which will cut down on leg room but also cut down the prices. They will also start implementing fees for services like checking bags and having drinks in flight. The plan is a similar process to what is used by budget airlines like Spirit.
The airline currently flies to 40 different destinations. Those include different areas in the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
The airline’s new CEO Jude Brickner was previously the COO of budget airline Allegiant Air.