Sun Country rolls out Jimmy John’s subs on Domestic Flights
While other US airlines are busy fighting ugly PR battles, Minneapolis-based Sun Country Airlines recently introduced Jimmy John’s subs on their domestic flights. The seemingly random partnership launched May 1st, so if you’ve got a Sun Country flight in the near future, there is the possibility of a freaky fast sub in your future.
To say I was already a fan of Sun Country’s food offerings, is an understatement. You could already get Minneapolis based brews, Surly Brewing Co. (Surly Furious) & Lift Bridge (Farm Girl), in a pint can for only $7. That’s a heck of a deal for an in-flight microbrew.
The initial Jimmy John’s offerings are the Turkey Tom for $6 and The Jimmy John’s Meal Deal which includes chips or pretzel crisps for $9. The sandwiches are not full sized and have been coined “Mini Jimmy’s”.
It’s great to see Sun Country expanding their food offerings. I felt they already have a solid drink list but their food offerings were lacking. I had previously had the Lions Tap Cheeseburger and it was what you would expect for a microwaved in-flight burger, a little less than stellar. You can review the full menu here. This new announcement is fresh off the new rebranding featuring Minnesota lakes just last month. Keep it up Sun Country, these offerings are simple but effective.