The U.S. could soon have a new budget airline

U.S. airline passengers could soon have another choice for ultra-low-cost flights. The CEO of Sun Country Airlines announced in a memo this week that the airline will begin implementing passenger fees and expanding beyond its hub at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport, according to the Star Tribune. The airline’s new plan resembles that of infamous ultra-low-cost carriers like Spirit Airlines. Travel & Leisure

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