Sun Country Airlines faces an uncertain future following last week's resignation and arrest of its former chairman, warning employees that a shutdown by Dec. 1 is "a distinct possibility." The Minneapolis/St. Paul-based carrier that operates a fleet of nine 737-800s on scheduled services and charters to points in the US, Mexico and the Caribbean was rocked last week when parent company Petters Group Worldwide's headquarters offices were raided by the FBI and Internal Revenue Service. Tom ...

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