Sun Country Announces New Flights To Madison, Dallas, and St. Louis


The United States-based airline Sun Country has announced new flights directly from Tampa International Airport to St. Louis, Dallas-Fort Worth and Madison, Wisconson. This new addition to the ever-growing Tampa International Airport is an opportunity for Tampa Residents to have lower cost travel.

Sun Country Airlines has a commitment to a healthy environment due to this they use current generation aircrafts with maximum fuel efficiency, decreased noise, and a reduced impact on the environment. Sun Country is not simply better for the environment but could be a better travel experience for you as well.  Their flights typically have optional movies, television shows, as well as games.

Each of these newly added flights will fly two times a week with one-way fares ranging from around $74 to $79. Residents departing out of Tampa International Airport now have more options with this new addition.

Sun Country is known for having low-cost travel but if you are looking to travel with your furry friend a low-cost is not the only bonus. Sun Country accepts cats and dogs as carry-on baggage on select flights within the 48 contiguous United States. Just make sure to add your pet to your reservation!

Tampa International Airport seems to be continuously expanding with Norwegian Airlines announcing direct flights from Tampa to London, Southwest Airlines newly added non-stop flights, and nonstop daily flights to Salt Lake City. Whether you’re a common traveler of Tampa or just looking for a single flight, these new nonstop flights are amazing additions!

Header image courtesy of Tampa International Airport

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