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Breeze Airways Adds 5 New Cities in 11-Route Expansion

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Breeze Airways is back with a bunch of new routes including from the new destinations of Bangor (BGR), Maine; Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW); Lancaster (LNS), Pennsylvania; Lansing (LAN), Michigan; and Pensacola (PNS), Florida.

The Utah-headquartered low-cost carrier is expanding its footprint with a total of 11 new routes providing regional airports with nonstop connectivity to popular destinations.

“We’re thrilled to announce five more cities to our expanding network as we continue to add great destinations and also connect the dots between Breeze’s existing cities,” said Tom Doxey, president at Breeze Airways. “With Breeze’s added convenience and affordability, our business model continues to see success in cities across the country.”

Breeze Airways’ New Routes

This latest update from Breeze includes a total of 5 new destinations that will benefit from new routes, primarily to Florida.

With a total of 3 new routes, Bangor is the city that will benefit most. Breeze will be the only airline connecting Bangor with Fort Myers, while Orlando and Tampa are already served by Allegiant, albeit with different airports.

Elsewhere, the only new route that won’t be served uniquely by Breeze is the Pensacola to Tampa service, which is currently operated by Silver Airways.



Start Date


Bangor (BGR) to Fort Myers (RSW)

October 5, 2024

Wednesdays and Saturdays (seasonal)

Bangor (BGR) to Orlando (MCO)

October 3, 2024

Thursdays and Sundays

Bangor (BGR) to Tampa (TPA)

October 5, 2024

Mondays and Fridays

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) to Provo (PVU)

June 7, 2024

Mondays and Fridays

Lancaster (LNS) to Orlando (MCO)

October 8, 2024

Thursdays and Sundays

Lansing (LAN) to Fort Myers (RSW)

October 3, 2024

Thursdays and Sundays (seasonal)

Lansing (LAN) to Orlando (MCO)

October 2, 2024

Wednesdays and Saturdays

Pensacola (PNS) to Tampa (TPA)

June 28, 2024

Mondays and Fridays

Breeze is also adding 3 more routes from cities it serves already — all of which will be uniquely operated by Breeze.


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Final Thoughts

This latest update from Breeze is a continuation of its quest to provide service on underserved routes connecting regional airports.

Watch this space for more exciting updates from Breeze.

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