Earlier this month, Sun Country announced three new routes to its network starting in late August. New Orleans and Santa Barbara will be two new cities for Sun Country, which also added a new Vegas route. Fares start at $107 roundtrip.

This is the latest move by Sun Country to expand its network since transitioning into more of a no frills airline. Previously announced new service to Hawaii will begin this weekend and five other new routes commence in June. The new routes are all operated on limited days each week.

Fares on the new routes are valid from start date through October. There is no advertised expiration date so prices may jump at any time. Make sure to click on the fare details for specific information as these routes are only operated 2-4 times per week.

New nonstop service starting August 16. Sunday/Thursday travel.

Minneapolis to Santa Barbara $217 roundtrip

New nonstop service starting August 30. Travel to Vegas on Thursdays; Travel from Vegas on Sundays.

Santa Rosa to Las Vegas $107 roundtrip

New nonstop service starting September 6. Sunday/Thursday travel.

Minneapolis to New Orleans $147 roundtrip

Previously announced new or resuming nonstop service starting in June.

Dallas to Las Vegas $133 roundtrip

Seattle to Anchorage $160 roundtrip

Minneapolis to Austin $193 roundtrip

Minneapolis to Santa Rosa $197 roundtrip

San Diego to Los Cabos $216 roundtrip

Portland to Orlando $297 roundtrip

Austin to Cancun $309 roundtrip

All domestic fares work in the reverse direction as well. Sun Country's Grab & Go fares only include one small personal item (small backpack, large purse, etc.) that will fit underneath your seat. Checked bag fees start at $20-$25 each way. Larger carry-on bag fees start at $25-$30 each way.

Prices listed were found on SunCountry.com and have been updated as of Monday, May 21. Fares are subject to change at any time.

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