Sun Country airline files plan to exit bankruptcy

  • Article by: SUZANNE ZIEGLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 5, 2010 - 11:06 PM

The Mendota Heights-based airline told a court it's rebounding financially.

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RichardsorApr. 6, 10 8:17 AM

Minnesota needs Sun Country Airlines more than the airline needs to stay in MN. After being held hostage by NWA for so long its simply amazing whats happened to MSP airfares since Southwest got a few gates and Delta figured out they have to be competitive in some markets other carriers serve.

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thekat73Apr. 6, 10 8:36 AM

If Sun Country could make an alliance like Jet Blue (I know Jet Blue had more to offer) with one of the other major carriers the NWA castoffs now referred to as second class Delta Frequent Fliers may have a chance to be set free...

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mariezzApr. 6, 1010:45 AM

bankruptcy works, but it should. I know someone who within a few years of graduating from college, declared personal bankruptcy. She now (15+ years later) makes a 6-figure income and the $15,000 or so that she bankrupted on would be within her means to repay. I'm all for people being given a chance, but there should be a mechanism to force such debts to be gradually & slowly repaid, once the company/person gets back on their feet.

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savagegusApr. 6, 10 5:51 PM

Sun Country is the cockroache airline. Somehow, nothing has been able to shut it down, it's amazing.

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