The partnership with Sun Country comes nearly a month and a half after $1.8 billion Wings Financial partnered with New York-based JetBlue Airways to serve the airline's more than 11,000 employees.
As part of the agreement, Wings Financial said it will begin promoting its products and services to Sun Country employees immediately. Wings Financial will also offer Sun Country employees a customized line of checks featuring Sun Country aircraft images.
"This is a great partnership between two Minnesota-based companies that serve customers both here and in places far from home," said Paul Parish, Wings Financial president/CEO. "Sun Country is one of the industry's top-ranked airlines and we are proud that we have the opportunity to serve its employees wherever their travels take them."
John Fredericksen, Sun Country vice president administration, said the alliance was a "logical choice" for the carrier.
"They share our commitment to customer service and their culture of friendly excellence matches ours," Fredericksen said. "And, because their roots are deep in our industry, they understand the busy lifestyle of airline employees."