Breeze Airways Starts Flying Next Week, Book $39 Fares Now

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Breeze Airways Starts Flying Next Week

A new airline is launching this month in the U.S. and you can now book flights for as low as $39 one way. Breeze Airways has unveiled its debut network, comprising 39 nonstop routes between 16 cities in the Southwest, Midwest, Southeast and Eastern US.

The first flights will operate between Charleston, SC, Tampa, FL and Hartford, CT, starting May 27, with remaining destinations to be added each week through July 22, 2021. Flights are already on sale at www.flybreeze.com and the Breeze app.

Breeze Airways was founded by David Neeleman. He also launched JetBlue, Brazil’s Azul, Canada’s WestJet, and Utah-based Morris Air, which was later purchased by Southwest Airlines.

“We created Breeze as a new airline merging technology with kindness,” Neeleman said. “Breeze provides nonstop service between underserved routes across the U.S. at affordable fares. A staggering 95% of Breeze routes currently have no airline serving them nonstop. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly.”

Breeze Fleet

Breeze will operate 13 single-class Embraer aircraft this summer, flying routes with an average flight length under two hours. The ten E-190 jets will be configured to seat 108 Guests while the three E195 aircraft will have 118 seats. Guests may choose from fares that include ‘Nice’ seats, or ‘Nicer’ seats with extra legroom. All Embraer aircraft will be a two-by-two seat configuration, so there are no middle seats.

Breeze will start taking delivery of 60 brand new Airbus A220 aircraft, beginning in October of this year and delivering at about one per month for five years. The A220 routes, which will be announced this Fall, all will be longer than two hours’ flight time. The A220s will include a premium cabin, called ‘Nicest’ seating, in a two-by-two configuration at the front of the plane. The remainder of the aircraft will feature a two-by-three seat configuration.

Breeze Route Network

From Tampa Bay, Breeze will inaugurate service on 10 routes, most of which are currently not served:

  • Charleston, SC (starting May 27);
  • Louisville, KY (May 28);
  • Tulsa, OK (June 4);
  • Norfolk, VA (June 10);
  • Bentonville/Fayetteville, AR (June 17);
  • Akron/Canton, OH (June 26);
  • Oklahoma City, OK (July 1);
  • Columbus, OH (July 3);
  • Huntsville, AL (July 22); and
  • Richmond, VA (July 22).

From Charleston, Breeze will inaugurate service to 11 markets, most of which are currently not served:

  • Hartford, CT (starting May 27);
  • Tampa, FL (May 27);
  • Louisville, KY (May 28);
  • Norfolk, VA (June 10);
  • Akron/Canton, OH (July 8);
  • Columbus, OH (July 8);
  • New Orleans, LA (July 8);
  • Pittsburgh, PA (July 8);
  • Richmond, VA (July 8);
  • Huntsville, AL (July 15); and
  • Providence, RI (July 22).

From Norfolk, Breeze will inaugurate service on 7 routes, 6 are currently not served:

  • Charleston, SC (starting June 10);
  • Tampa, FL (June 10);
  • New Orleans, LA (July 15);
  • Columbus, OH (July 22);
  • Hartford, CT (July 22);
  • Pittsburgh, PA (July 22); and
  • Providence, RI (July 29).

From New Orleans, Breeze will inaugurate service to 10 markets, most of which are currently not served:

  • Charleston, SC (starting July 8);
  • Akron/Canton, OH (July 15);
  • Bentonville/Fayetteville, AR (July 15);
  • Huntsville, AL (July 15);
  • Louisville, KY (July 15);
  • Norfolk, VA (July 15);
  • Oklahoma, OK (July 15);
  • Richmond, VA (July 15);
  • Tulsa, OK (July 15); and
  • Columbus, OH (July 16).

Beyond these four main cities, Breeze also will operate five routes from Columbus, OH; four routes from Hartford, CT, and Pittsburgh, PA; and three routes from Akron/Canton, OHBentonville/Fayetteville, ARHuntsville, ALLouisville, KYOklahoma City, OKProvidence, RIRichmond, VASan Antonio, TX, and Tulsa, OK, including between:

  • Bentonville/Fayetteville, AR, and San Antonio, TX (July 15);
  • San Antonio, TX, and Oklahoma City, OK (July 15);
  • Tulsa, OK, and San Antonio, TX (July 15);
  • Hartford, CT, and Columbus, OH (July 22);
  • Pittsburgh, PA, and Hartford, CT (July 22); and
  • Providence, RI, and Pittsburgh, PA (July 29).
DDG
Based in NYC. Points/miles enthusiast for years and actively writing about it for the last two years at Danny the Deal Guru. I'm always looking out for deals. Making a few bucks is always nice, but the traveling is by far the best part of this business.

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