MARCH 20, 2020
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AIR SERVICE REDUCTIONS AT SUN FOR REMAINDER OF MARCH Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago flights canceled  

A significant reduction in flights to/from Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN) in Sun Valley, including cancellations of nonstop flights to Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago, is planned for the remainder of March announced Fly Sun Valley Alliance and airport officials. The decision was made in conjunction with airlines and community air service partners due to Coronavirus COVID-19 concerns which prompted a deep drop in travel demand and early closure of the Sun Valley ski resort. Most seasonal nonstop flights at SUN were originally scheduled to operate through March 29.

The daily United Airlines flights to San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX), and Saturday Chicago (ORD) flight will be canceled for the period of March 21-29. Denver (DEN) flights will continue to operate through March 29 as originally scheduled in order to help accommodate passengers displaced from the canceled flights. United will notify passengers booked on the canceled flights and assist in re-accommodating them.

Delta Air Lines will operate three daily flights to Salt Lake City (SLC) through March 29 and will maintain the planned two daily flight schedule for the spring season, March 30 - June 7, 2020. Alaska Airlines daily service to Seattle (SEA) is currently scheduled to end March 29 and restart on May 21.

The situation remains fluid and airlines may make additional changes as warranted.

This unique and complimentary program assists SUN air travelers with getting to their destination during those times when inclement winter weather affects flight operations at SUN.  Get  program details HERE. Be informed and prepared!
NOTICE: Enhanced Health & Safety Measures Being Implemented by Caldwell Transportation Company due to COVID-19
The SUN diversion busing program, operated by Caldwell Transportation Company, will run through April 15. To protect diverted travelers, CTC has implemented enhanced health and safety measures which include cleaning each bus thoroughly with disinfecting wipes and sprays after every trip with passengers.  And of course, CTC will not allow bus drivers or airport hosts to work if they are ill.  The season is almost over, but extra steps are being taken to protect the health of diverted passengers during this challenging time.



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