Sun Travel Agency has a long and storied history in the U.S. The airline’s founder, Edward L. Sun, died in 1981.
Sun was the man behind the famous Lufthansa ad campaigns, which had their origins in the 1930s.
Sun’s advertising blitzes helped establish the airline’s reputation as a destination that could make a trip “worth it.”
Sun also became one of the nation’s leading purveyors of luxury goods, and it continued to grow with the emergence of new technology.
The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, and its operations stretch throughout the country.
Sun also had a stake in American Airlines.
But Sun left the airline in the early 1980s.
Today, Sun continues to run his airline.
In the early 1990s, Sun purchased the Lufant travel agency and renamed it Sun Air Group.
Sun Air is one of Sun’s most successful ventures.
The agency is one the world’s largest in terms of revenue and revenue growth, according to Sun’s company.
Sun became chairman and chief executive officer in 2004.
Sun has continued to serve as Sun Air’s chairman and CEO since, although Sun’s personal fortune has diminished over the years.
Sun spent more than $8.5 billion on his travel agency in 2015, according in Sun’s 2016 financial disclosure.
The Sun Travel Group is one his companies, and he still owns a majority stake in it.
The majority ownership stake in Sun Travel, along with Sun’s stake in Lufathansa, give Sun the largest share of Sun Travel’s portfolio, according the company’s 2016 report.
Sun is also the chief executive of SunAir, the parent company of Sun Air, according his 2016 financial disclosures.
Sun and his wife, Debbie, are the CEO and chairman of Sun Aviation Holdings, an airline company.
The Lufair business has also been part of Suns personal wealth, according Sun’s 2014 financial disclosure, which showed a $7.2 billion net worth.
Sun said he had given away about $1.7 billion to his charities and other causes, according documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Sun donated more than 20% of his net worth to the United Way Foundation, according a 2015 disclosure.
Sun Aviation has also donated to local charities, the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army.
The airlines also sponsor charity golf tournaments, and the Lulu Golf and Tennis Club in Palm Beach County, Florida, hosted its first-ever tournament in 2014.
Sun owns a major stake in Air New Zealand.
The government of New Zealand has been a supporter of Sun as a businessman, but the government has not been a strong supporter of his business, according on Sun’s financial disclosure and the company website.
Sun bought the Ludo Golf and Fitness Center in Palm Bay, Florida.
The center, which was formerly home to a music studio, was shuttered last year, but Sun leased space in a hotel in the area to operate the facility.
The airport has been shuttered three times in the past year, including in March 2018.
In 2017, the U,S.
Postal Service banned Sun from delivering packages to its offices in Palm Harbor, Florida after Sun allegedly used a fake letter addressed to a post office box to mail a package to a U.K. address.
The letter was discovered on a computer seized by the Postal Service.
Sun pleaded guilty to mail fraud and was sentenced to six months in prison.
Sun paid $9.7 million in fines in a separate civil case involving a fraudulent mail delivery to a Post Office box in Miami Beach.
Sun admitted he received more than 6,000 packages that were mislabeled.
The packages were intended for Sun and the U., but were delivered to customers outside of New York.
Sun did not admit to any wrongdoing in the case.
The Postal Service said it would conduct an internal review to determine if it was appropriate to discipline Sun in 2017.
The Post said in its 2017 annual report that it had received about 3,700 complaints about mail fraud related to Sun Aviation since 2008.