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INDIANAPOLIS — A new airline will soon offer nonstop service out of Indianapolis International Airport.

Beginning May 28, Sun Country Airlines will offer flights to Minneapolis twice per week on Mondays and Fridays. On Sept. 2, the airline will add nonstop service to Orlando.

“Now travelers headed to Minneapolis will have more nonstop options out of Indy, and an additional option in the fall to Orlando – which is Indy’s number-one vacation destination,” said Mario Rodriguez, executive director of the Indianapolis Airport Authority. “These flights tie in perfectly for those ready for a summer vacation.”

Rodriguez said the IAA has been working to bring Sun Country to Indy for years, and a conversation at last February’s Routes Americas conference held in Indianapolis moved the deal closer to the dotted line.

“Sun Country has provided private charter service from Indy before, but this will be the first time they are operating scheduled commercial service,” Rodriguez said.

Sun Country currently offers flights to 50 destinations between the US, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean.