The new deal between ULCC Sun Country Airlines and motor coach operator Landline linking the carrier’s Minneapolis hub and several communities via bus may succeed, but it is not likely to start an intermodal trend to replace regional airline feed, analysts said. Sun Country’s move, announced Sept. 25, will use Landline’s bus service to link airports in Minnesota cities Duluth (DLH) and Mankato (TKO) with Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). The bus segments, ...

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