Sun Country Service Will Return To The Duluth International Airport Beginning In December


Natalie Peterson, Duluth Airport Authority,
Director of Communications & Marketing

(Duluth, MN)  The Duluth International Airport is pleased to announce its continued partnership with Sun Country. Seasonal flights will return later this year. 

Here are the complete details regarding Sun Country Airlines’ seasonal air service:

  • Sun Country will offer seasonal air service direct from Duluth to Phoenix, Arizona and Fort Myers, Florida.
  • Tickets for this seasonal air service are on-sale now.
  • Flights begin on December 16, 2022 and continue through April 17th, 2023.
  • Flights operate twice weekly, on Mondays and Fridays.
  • Travelers can fly to additional Sun Country destinations by taking the Landline shuttle service to MSP.

This air service allows sun-seeking local travelers to fly south this winter and next spring. With competitive, low rates to this pair of warm-weather destinations full of incredible attractions and experiences, there are so many great reasons to start planning your winter getaway.

“We are just thrilled to continue our partnership with Sun Country,” says Natalie Peterson, Director of Communications & Marketing for the Duluth Airport Authority. “We’re very excited to bring this service back to our region.” 

About Duluth International Airport

The new state-of-the-art passenger terminal at the Duluth International Airport opened for business on January 14, 2013. Currently, United Airlines offers nonstop flights to Chicago and Delta offers nonstop flights to Minneapolis/St. Paul. Effective as of December 16, Sun Country will be offering nonstop flights to Fort Myers and Phoenix. We are committed to providing our customers with superior services in a safe, secure and professional environment incorporating mitigation strategies and best practices as recommended by the CDC. Be sure to visit our Club DLH Business Suite, designed with the working traveler in mind. Visit, like us at or follow us on Twitter @DuluthAirport.