PORTLAND, Ore. — Sun Country Airlines announced Tuesday it will add three new seasonal routes at Portland International Airport, bringing its number of routes at PDX to nine.
The new routes are nonstop flights to Saint Louis, San Antonio, and Nashville, Tennessee, joining already existing routes to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Honolulu, Hawaii, Minneapolis/St. Paul and Palm Springs, California.
The airline said fares will start at $89 for a one-way flight.
"We’re excited to continue expanding our destination offerings for Portland residents, as well as bring more visitors to visit this great city," said Ted Botimer, chief commercial officer for the airline, in a prepared statement.
Routes to Nashville International Airport begin May 2, to San Antonio International Airport on June 5, and to St. Louis Lambert International Airport on June 7.
For more on booking flights on the newly-added or existing routes, visit the Sun Country Airlines website.
The new routes at PDX are part of a larger network expansion for the airline, which announced Tuesday the addition of 19 new routes and seven new airports. The airline now operates 86 routes across 53 airports, a 40 percent growth since June 2018.
The new airports added to Sun Country's network are:
- Dulles International Airport (IAD)
- Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
- Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
- Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
- Sacramento International Airport (SMF)
- San Antonio International Airport (SAT)
- T.F. Green Airport, Providence (PVD)