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Breeze adds new routes from Provo, Utah

Breeze Airways is adding 5 daily routes from Provo Airport to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Bernardino, and Westchester County.

The initial flight from Provo will take off on August 4, 2022.

New routes from Provo:

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Breeze to fly from Westchester Airport to the West Coast

Breeze Airways will launch service from Westchester County Airport (White Plains) (HPN) to LAX, SFO and LAS.

Daily flights to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will start on September 7, with flights to Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas (LAS) starting on September 8 and flights to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) starting on November 2.

This is the debut of the Airbus A220-300 at White Plains, and the airport’s first transcon flights.

Breeze will also operate from HPN to Charleston, SC, Savannah, Norfolk, Jacksonville and New Orleans.

Breeze will add the Hartford/Springfield – Las Vegas and Savannah – New Orleans routes.

Breeze will start operating the A220-300 in May. The May 4 TPA – OKC debut flight has been delayed.

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Breeze Airways announces a major expansion, will fly to Las Vegas and California

Breeze Airways has announced today it is adding flights in 10 new cities including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Nashville and Jacksonville, and boosting service in others, including Charleston and Hartford/Springfield.

Breeze is adding 35 new routes between May and August.

The airline will offer 77 routes in 28 cities in 18 states when all the new flights by early August.

By the end of the year, the airline’s fleet will more than double, from 13 planes to 30 aircraft.

The expansion also includes long range routes such as Providence-Los Angeles, Syracuse-Las Vegas and Charleston-San Francisco. The airline will also become the first passenger airline to fly out of San Bernardino International Airport (near Ontario, CA).

The expansion is being fueled by new Airbus A220-300s.

Breeze Airways has announced new service from Akron-Canton Airport.

Service to Nashville will start on May 26.

Service to Hartford/Springfield begins on June 3.

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Breeze Airways to expand operations at Bradley International Airport

Breeze Airways has announced it will establish its fifth operations base at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Lock, CT serving the Hartford/Springfield area.

The base will bring 200 jobs to the airport.

Breeze will eight additional routes from BDL. Exact routes will be disclosed later.

Governor Lamont issued this statement:

Governor Ned Lamont, Connecticut Airport Authority Executive Director Kevin Dillon, and Breeze Airways founder and CEO David Neeleman announced that Breeze Airways has chosen Bradley International Airport as the location where the company will establish its fifth base of operations under a plan that includes the creation of more than 200 new jobs in Connecticut.

In addition, Breeze plans to add 8 new nonstop destinations at Bradley, bringing the total number of destinations the airline serves from the airport to 12.

When Breeze first took flight on May 27, 2021, Bradley was one of three destinations the airline served from day one.

Establishing Bradley as a base means that the airline will permanently house aircraft at the airport; hire local pilots, flight attendants, and mechanics; and fly new routes. Nationally, by the end of February, the airline will provide service between 18 cities and 14 states.

The four nonstop destinations that Breeze currently serves from Bradley include Charleston, South Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; Norfolk, Virginia; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Breeze plans to announce the eight new destinations that it is adding at the airport in the coming weeks.

The first of Breeze’s 80 brand-new Airbus A220s will operate on all four routes starting in June. Each of the four existing routes will have more weekly frequencies added, most notably the Hartford-Charleston route, which will operate daily this summer.

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) is supporting the project by providing a grant in arrears up to $1,262,000 contingent on the company creating and retaining 212 full-time jobs.



Breeze Airways announces its new Airbus A220-300 schedules, first flights from Tampa

Breeze Airways has announced it plans to announce new, longer routes for the airline’s Airbus A220-300 aircraft in the coming weeks but travelers will get their first opportunity to fly on the new aircraft on 17 existing Breeze routes this summer, starting May 4*, as the airline extends its sales booking window through September 6, 2022. Breeze will premiere its new ‘Nicest’ fare and first-class seating, available only on the A220s, with an introductory fare of just $99.

The introductory Nicest fare is not available on all flights and must be purchased by 11:59pm ET on January 25, 2002**.

Breeze will have 15 A220-300s in service by the end of 2022 which will be used primarily for longer-haul flights, including transcontinental service. The carrier, which began service in May 2021 with an all-Embraer fleet, has agreed to purchase 80 A220-300s, with one aircraft scheduled to be delivered each month for the next six and a half years.

Nicest Fare

Until now, Breeze Guests have been able to select from either the ‘Nice’ or ‘Nicer’ fare when booking on the Breeze website or app. When booking a flight on the A220-300, Guests will have a third fare option to select, the ‘Nicest’ fare, which will feature a range of bundled amenities in addition to a first-class seat.

The Nicest fare also includes two checked bags, a carry-on bag and a personal item, and Guests will receive 6% BreezePoints earned. Fresh food items will be introduced later with the longer routes. All A220-300 aircraft will be outfitted later this year with the technology allowing Guests to seamlessly stream TV or movies, check email, browse the internet and stay connected via social media or messaging apps while inflight.

First Class Seat

Breeze’s A220-300 aircraft will feature a dynamic seating plan which can be customized for seasonality, or by route. The A220s will feature a range between 10 and 45 extra legroom seats and 80 standard legroom seats, all in a two-by-three configuration. The aircraft also will be outfitted with between 12 and 36 first class seats in a two-by-two configuration, featuring 39-inches of seat pitch, 20.5-inches of seat width and special features such as a footrest for added comfort. All seats are fitted with in-seat power and USB ports.

First A220 Flights

Breeze has extended its travel booking window through September 6, 2022, revealing on which routes the A220 will operate first. The A220 will not operate every day on each route. To determine which flights are operated by the A220, check to see if there is a “Nicest” fare option, which is only available on the Airbus jet.

The A220 will operate on the following routes:

Tampa, FL to:

– Akron/Canton, OH (starting 5/4/22) ;

– Charleston , SC (starting 5/4/22);

– Louisville, KY (starting 5/4/22);

– Norfolk, VA (starting 5/4/22);

– Oklahoma City, OK (starting 5/4/22);

– Richmond, VA (starting 5/4/22);

– Tulsa, OK (starting 5/5/22);

– Bentonville/Fayetteville, AR (starting 5/6/22);

– Huntsville, AL (starting 5/6/22).

Charleston, SC to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22);

– Providence, RI (starting 5/5/22);

– Richmond, VA (starting 5/26/22);

– Hartford, CT (starting 6/2/22);

– Huntsville, AL (starting 6/30/22).

Norfolk, VA to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22);

– Columbus, OH (starting 6/2/22);

– Hartford, CT (starting 6/2/22).

Richmond, VA to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22);

– Charleston, SC (starting 5/26/22).

Akron/Canton, OK to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22).

Louisville, KY to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22).

Oklahoma City, OH to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/4/22).

Providence, RI to:

– Charleston, SC (starting 5/5/22).

Tulsa, OK to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/5/22).

Bentonville/Fayetteville, AR to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/6/22).

Huntsville, AL to:

– Tampa, FL (starting 5/6/22);

– Charleston, SC (starting 6/30/22).

Hartford, CT to:

– Charleston, SC (starting 6/2/22);

– Columbus, OH (starting 6/2/22);

– Norfolk, VA (starting 6/2/22);

– Pittsburgh, PA; (starting 6/2/22).

Columbus, OH to:

– Hartford, CT (starting 6/2/22);

– Norfolk, VA (starting 6/2/22).

Pittsburgh, PA to:

– Hartford, CT (starting 6/2/22).

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AerCap delivers the first of 14 Airbus A220 aircraft to Breeze Airways

AerCap Holdings N.V.  today announced that it has delivered the first of 14 new PW1500G powered Airbus A220-300 aircraft to Breeze Airways.


The 14-aircraft deal comprises the sale and leaseback of 11 A220 aircraft, the second of which is scheduled to deliver this month with the remaining deliveries continuing through 2022 and 2023, and 3 aircraft owned by Einn Volant Aircraft Leasing Holdings Limited (“EVAL”), a global aircraft leasing platform and joint venture between AerCap and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (“CDPQ”), a global investment group. All three aircraft will be managed by AerCap and are scheduled for delivery through 2022.

Breeze Airways to add Islip and West Palm Beach

Breeze Airways has announced it will add Islip, Long island (February 17, 2022) and West Palm Beach (February 19, 2022).

From Islip (ISP), Breeze will fly to Charleston and Norfolk.

From West Palm Beach (PBI), Breeze will fly to Akron/Canton, Charleston, Columbus (Ohio), New Orleans, Norfolk and Richmond.

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Breeze’s David Neeleman is considering Florida-Brazil routes


David Neeleman, CEO of Breeze Airways, is considering adding international routes from Florida to Brazil with Airbus A220-300s.

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