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Breeze Airways Expands Again, Adds 20 New Routes

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Breeze Airways, a startup low-cost airline, is expanding in a big way, adding over 20 new routes to its network over the coming months.

The new carrier has been primarily focused on point-to-point routes not covered by the major airlines, and it sees the potential for growth over the next year to be huge.

Here’s what you need to know about this major expansion.

What Is Breeze Airways?

Breeze is a lower-cost airline that operates with both a premium and economy-style cabin, but without added frills such as complimentary beverage service or meals.

Think of it like Spirit Airlines, where everything costs extra, but a bit more premium. It’s hard to describe Breeze’s strategy, but the airline is going after smaller cities pretty aggressively, where the larger airlines don’t have as much service.

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Breeze Airways is adding many new routes to its network. Image Credit: Breeze Airways

Hot Tip: Breeze operates a fleet comprised entirely of Airbus A220 jets, which is great for passenger comfort. The economy cabin is laid out in a 3-2 configuration.

Breeze’s New Routes

There are over 20 new routes that Breeze will be adding to its network, as you’ll see in the table below:

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Departure CityArrival CityStart DateFrequency
Akron/Canton (CAK)Norfolk (ORF)June 1, 20232 weekly flights
Cincinnati (CVG)Richmond (RIC)May 19, 20232 weekly flights
Hartford (BDL)Fort Myers (RSW)May 17, 20232 weekly flights
Hartford (BDL)New Orleans (MSY)May 19, 20232 weekly flights
Hartford (BDL)Tampa (TPA)May 18, 20233 weekly flights
Islip (ISP)Pittsburgh (PIT)May 25, 20232 weekly flights
Islip (ISP)Richmond (RIC)May 18, 20232 weekly flights
Los Angeles (LAX)Jacksonville (JAX)May 18, 20233 weekly flights
Los Angeles (LAX)New Orleans (MSY)May 19, 20232 weekly flights
Los Angeles (LAX)Raleigh/Durham (RDU)May 17, 20232 weekly flights
Norfolk (ORF)Syracuse (SYR)June 1, 20232 weekly flights
Pittsburgh (PIT)Jacksonville (JAX)May 25, 20232 weekly flights
Portland (PWM)Charleston (CHS)May 19, 20232 weekly flights
Portland (PWM)Norfolk (ORF)June 2, 20232 weekly flights
Portland (PWM)Pittsburgh (PIT)June 2, 20232 weekly flights
Portland (PWM)Tampa (TPA)May 17, 20232 weekly flights
Providence (PVD)Fort Myers (RSW)July 13, 20232 weekly flights
Providence (PVD)Orlando (MCO)July 14, 20335 weekly flights
Providence (PVD)Sarasota (SRQ)July 13, 20233 weekly flights
Providence (PVD)Tampa (TPA)July 14, 20234 weekly flights
Raleigh/Durham (RDU)Louisville (SDF)May 19, 20232 weekly flights
Raleigh/Durham (RDU)Pittsburgh (PIT)May 18, 20232 weekly flights

Final Thoughts

You may find a lot of these nonstop routes useful if you need to get between these city pairs.

Breeze continues to add new routes that would typically require a connection if you were flying with a major network carrier, so the value proposition is sure to be intriguing to many flyers.

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About James Larounis

James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.

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