Minneapolis/St. Paul-based Sun Country Airlines is accelerating its transition from leisure carrier to ultra-LCC with a full-fleet cabin interior renovation set for completion by the end of 2018, according to a letter from Sun Country president and CEO Jude Bricker distributed to customers this week. Bricker described the plan as “a huge undertaking, the largest investment in our passengers’ in-flight experience in the history of the company … a complete refresh of the ...

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