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Breeze Airways Expands With New A220 Flights

Breeze Airways Expands With New A220 Flights

BY LUCA AZIM 263d AGO 0 COMMENTS

Breeze Airways, an American low-cost airline, has announced various changes to its network. These changes include a total of 10 new destinations and 35 new routes. The airline, which has begun to receive the Airbus A220-300 aircraft they previously ordered, believes the new aircraft, "will be a gamechanger for transcontinental flights as well as long-haul flights also."

 

Breeze has added the following new cities to its expanding route map:

  • Jacksonville, FL - flights starting May 2022
  • San Francisco, CA - flights starting May 2022
  • Nashville, TN - flights starting May 2022
  • Savannah, GA - flights starting June 2022
  • Sarasota, FL - flights starting June 2022
  • Las Vegas, NV. - flights start June 2022
  • Syracuse, NY - flights start June 2022
  • Fort Myers, FL - flights start June 2022
  • Los Angeles, CA - flights start June 2022
  • San Bernardino, CA - flights start August 2022

 

Photo of N190BZ - Breeze Airways Embraer E190 at CMH
In the coming year, Breeze will launch flights to 10 new cities. Photo: Brady Noble

 

These new destinations will be linked with Breeze's current destination list by mostly utilizing their new Airbus A220-300 aircraft. The aircraft is modern and spacious with an innovative first-class product and economy seats that feature a USB-C port. First-class passengers can expect extra legroom and a lie-flat seat, this will aid in flights where the journey is longer than 1,000 miles up to the A220's full carriage distance of 3,900 miles.

 

The new routes Breeze plans to launch are as follows:

 

Between Jacksonville and: 

  • Richmond, Virginia: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting May 19 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • Columbus, Ohio: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting May 27 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • New Orleans: Twice weekly flights on Fridays and Mondays starting May 27 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • Providence, Rhode Island: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting May 27 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • Norfolk, Virginia: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting May 27 using an A220.
  • Hartford, Connecticut: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting June 3 using an A220.

 

Photo of N193BZ - Breeze Airways Embraer E195 at CMH
Breeze's recent expansion is nationwide, though it features its first flights to the west coast. Photo: Mark S.

 

Between Las Vegas and:

  • Richmond: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting June 9 using an A220.
  • Syracuse, New York: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 10 using an A220.
  • Fort Myers, Florida: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 11 using an A220.
  • Charleston, South Carolina: Thrice weekly flights on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting August 5 using an A220.
  • Norfolk: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting August 4 using an A220.
  • Huntsville, Alabama: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting August 4 using an A220.
  • Jacksonville: Thrice times weekly flights on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting August 5 using an A220.
  • Las Vegas: Thrice times weekly flights on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting August 5 using an A220.

 

Between Savannah and:

  • Hartford: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting June 3 using an A220.
  • Providence: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 3 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • Columbus, Ohio: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 4 using an A220.
  • Los Angeles: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting July 1 using an A220.
  • Norfolk: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting July 1 using an A220.

 

Between Nashville and:

  • Akron/Canton, Ohio: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays starting May 26 using an Embraer 190/195.
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting June 2 using an A220.
  • Hartford: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays starting June 2 using an A220.
  • Oklahoma City: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 3 using an A220.

 

Photo of N126BZ - Breeze Airways Embraer E190 at BWI
Many of Breeze's new routes will utilize the Airbus A220, though some will use its E190 aircraft. Photo: Adam Jackson

 

Between San Francisco and:

  • Richmond: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting May 25 using an A220.
  • Charleston: Thrice weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays starting May 26 using an A220.
  • Louisville, Kentucky: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting May 27 using an A220.
  • San Bernardino: Daily flights starting August 4 using an Embraer E190/E195.

 

Between Los Angeles and:

  • Providence: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 29 using an A220.
  • Norfolk: Thrice weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays starting June 30 using an A220.
  • Savannah: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting July 1 using an A220.

 

Between Fort Myers and:

  • Las Vegas: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 11 using an A220.
  • Charleston: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 11 using an A220.

 

Between Syracuse and:

  • Charleston: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 10 using an A220.
  • Las Vegas: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 10 using an A220.

 

Photo of N108BZ - Breeze Airways Embraer E190 at CMH
Breeze hopes to compete with similar low-cost airlines like JetBlue while increasing its status in the airline industry. Photo: Mark S.

 

Between Hartford and:

  • Sarasota: Twice weekly flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting June 4 using an A220.
  • Akron/Canton: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 3 using an A220.
  • Richmond: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting June 3 using an Embraer E190/E195.
  • Nashville: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays starting June 2 using an A220.
  • Jacksonville: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting June 3 using an A220.
  • Savannah: Four times weekly flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays starting June 3 using an A220.

 

Between Providence and:

  • Columbus: Twice weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays starting May 27 using an Embraer E190/E195.
  • Richmond: Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays starting June 30 using an Embraer E190/E195.

 

Through these routes, Breeze hopes to compete with similar low-cost airlines like JetBlue while increasing its status in the airline industry. While most of these new routes are not served by any existing carrier, only time will tell if Breeze can find long-term profitability in these new markets.

 

Luca Azim
A newbie planespotter who has an autism spectrum disorder and wishes to be accepted to the community Please email luca.azim@aol.com should you wish to use any of my content

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