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Sun Country Airline travelers can now take a free Landline bus to MSP

Traveling from Duluth is now the same price as traveling from Minneapolis with a free Landline bus connection for a limited time.

A Landline bus.
Landline is a bus service that operates between the Duluth and Minneapolis-St. Paul airports.
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DULUTH — Duluth area travelers can save some money when they travel with Sun Country Airlines between August and October.

Sun Country travelers will get complimentary Landline bus service to and from Duluth to the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport. Flights from Duluth and MSP from August through October are currently the same price, but the deal is only available until Aug. 10. In order to get the deal, travelers can visit suncountry.com and select Duluth as the origin and/or destination.

“Landline enjoys a great partnership with Sun Country Airlines, and this special Duluth-only promotion is another way we’re working together to maximize convenience for travelers in this region,” said David Sunde, Landline Co-Founder and CEO. “This eliminates the stress of driving, cost of gas and airport ramp parking fees.”

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