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October 10, 2015 3:31 PM ET


Company Overview of MN Airlines, LLC

Company Overview

MN Airlines, LLC, doing business as Sun Country Airlines, Inc., offers airlines services. It offers domestic cargo services; group charter services to college and professional sporting teams, school and university groups, businesses and organizations, resorts, attractions and tour operators, tours and campaigns, friends and family, and groups and clubs; and gift certificates. The company also offers charter flights and aircraft leasing services. It covers destinations, such as the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Canada, Europe and the Mediterranean, and Russia. The company was founded in 1982 and is based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. As of July 20, 2011, MN A...

1300 Mendota Heights Road

Mendota Heights, MN 55120

United States

Founded in 1982





Key Executives for MN Airlines, LLC

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Age: 53
Marketing Manager
Director of Corporate Sales
Vice President of Planning
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

MN Airlines, LLC Key Developments

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.

Sun Country Airlines and the Union Represent its 250 Pilots Reaches Tentative Contract Agreement

After months of intense deliberations, Sun Country Airlines and the union representing its 250 pilots have reached a tentative contract agreement. Terms of the potential accord were not immediately available and approval of any contract would require ratification by members of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). Economic issues, including pay, are at the heart of the dispute. The tentative agreement was described as comprehensive. The pact was reached on September 18, 2015 night in Washington, where members of ALPA and the airline's management and owners met with a federal mediator. The tentative agreement follows five years of on-and-off negotiations, which became contentious earlier this year 2015.

Sun Country Pilots Union Wants $170 Hourly Wage to Close Pay Gap

The union representing Sun Country pilots announced on May 8, 2015 it is proposing an hourly wage of $170 per hour for its most senior pilots, an increase that would bring their rate closer to the industry average. Both sides have declined to provide details of their proposals, but on May 8, 2015 the pilots union provided information on proposals for Sun Country's most experienced pilots. The company has offered an increase to $137 an hour.

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