July 29, 2016 5:20 AM ET

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Company Overview of MN Airlines, LLC

Company Overview

MN Airlines, LLC, doing business as Sun Country Airlines, Inc., operates as an airlines company. The company's airlines offer services to various destinations in the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, and the Caribbean. It also provides charter flight services and cargo services. The company was founded in 1982 and is based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. As of July 20, 2011, MN Airlines, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Cambria Company LLC.

1300 Mendota Heights Road

Mendota Heights, MN 55120

United States

Founded in 1982

Phone:

651-681-3900

Fax:

651-681-3970

Key Executives for MN Airlines, LLC

Chief Executive Officer and President
Executive Vice President of Finance
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Operations
Age: 61
Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President of IT
Chief Talent Officer and Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

MN Airlines, LLC Key Developments

Sun Country Airlines Appoints Mia Mulrennan as VP, Chief Talent Officer

Sun Country Airlines announced the addition of Mia Mulrennan to the executive team as VP, Chief Talent Officer beginning December 1, 2015. Mulrennan was most recently CEO of Rave-Worthy, LLC. Mulrennan comes to Sun Country with a doctorate in clinical psychology, as well as extensive experience in the talent management field. She has also served on the adjunct faculty at the University of Saint Thomas, Saint Catherine University, and Georgetown University.

Sun Country Airlines and Pilots Announce New Contract Agreement

Sun Country Airlines and its pilots have signed a new contract, ending five years of negotiations that were growing progressively more heated. The agreement, which was signed by union leaders and Sun Country executives on October 29, 2015. The five-year deal had been hammered out last month, but Air Line Pilots Association International, which represents 250 Sun Country pilots, had withheld details until its members could vote on the plan. More than 87% of pilots approved the terms, which call for a first-year raise of between 20% and 30%. Money was the biggest sticking point for the pilots, which had long complained that they were paid the least of all Boeing 737 pilots in the U.S. As talks bogged down earlier this year, pilots had raised the possibility of a strike, while airline Chairman Marty Davis, whose family owns the company, hinted at cutbacks.

Federal Aviation Administration Proposes $114,975 Civil Penalty Against MN Airlines, LLC

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes a $114,975 civil penalty against MN Airlines, LLC, doing business as Sun Country Airlines, for allegedly violating federal drug and alcohol testing regulations. The FAA alleges that Sun Country, of Mendota Heights, Minn., failed to conduct pre-employment drug tests and receive verified negative results before hiring or transferring one mechanic and three flight attendants into safety-sensitive positions. The FAA alleges one of the flight attendants performed in-flight duties before she was subjected to a pre-employment drug test. Additionally, the FAA alleges the company transferred another employee from a non safety sensitive position into the safety sensitive position of in flight supervisor, a flight attendant position, more than 180 days after she had taken a pre-employment drug test. Employers must administer a new pre-employment drug test before transferring an employee into a safety-sensitive position if more than 180 days has elapsed since the previous test. The flight attendant performed in-flight duties on four occasions before being re-tested, the FAA alleges. The FAA further alleges the airline failed to include one pilot and seven aviation screeners in its random drug and alcohol testing pool. The agency alleges the pilot flew for the carrier for seven months when he was not in the pool, and that the others performed aviation screening duties on one occasion when they were not in the pool. The FAA discovered the alleged discrepancies during an inspection of the airline's Antidrug and Alcohol Misuse Prevention Program.

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