Air Sununu Relaunches 27 Years Later--With Nonstop Service to Aspen & DC
Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Democratic Party today officially re-launched “Air Sununu,” the once-popular taxpayer-funded airline that last flew from January 1989 to December 1991. Beginning today, “Air Sununu” will offer special fares on two popular routes – to Aspen, Colorado, and to Washington, D.C. But hurry – these fares expire on November 6. “Chris Sununu called a special session to pass what he said was emergency legislation, but he couldn’t bother to show up. Instead, he was raising money in Aspen with out-of-state corporations, and the legislation failed,” said Chairman Raymond Buckley. “New Hampshire wants a Governor who will fight for them. On November 6, voters will elect Molly Kelly our next Governor and give Chris Sununu a one-way ticket out of Concord.” With the testing phase complete – Chris Sununu has flown these routes on many occasions over the past 18 months – the privileged few will now be able to buy tickets, too. For a special fare of $8,185.80 (the amount Sununu paid to fly to Aspen while his special session fell to pieces), customers will have easy access to corporate special interests in ritzy Aspen, Colorado. But it doesn’t stop with the roundtrip flights – Air Sununu will plan your entire visit, too. Typical trips last four days and require attending a partisan meeting of Republican governors and giving support to Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. Those buying tickets should be aware that such a trip could require missing important duties of one’s job, such as a special legislative session. Due to popular demand, Air Sununu will also provide service to Washington, D.C. Along with the airfare, customers will receive access to the Trump White House but return home with nothing to show for it. Potential future destinations include a short flight to Rhode Island, where customers can meet with the head of a sham political PAC. Additional routes may be considered, especially if the destination provides easy access to corporate special interests.