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INDIANAPOLIS — A new nonstop flight — and a new commercial airline service — have come to the Indianapolis International Airport.

On Friday, Sun Country Airlines launched its first scheduled, inaugural nonstop flight out of the Indianapolis International Airport. Sun Country will now fly out twice per week to Minneapolis, on Mondays and Fridays.

In September, Sun Country will launch a nonstop flight from Indianapolis to Orlando as well.

Minnesota-based Sun Country currently operates flights on 93 routes to more than 65 destinations, between the U.S., Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

“This is certainly a day to celebrate – the first scheduled Sun Country nonstop flight out of Indy as a commercial airline service is a reality that has been years in the making,” said IAA Executive Director Mario Rodriguez.

Since the start of 2021, the Indy airport has announced 15 new nonstop flights. Six of those nonstops launched this week.