Travelers will soon be able to take advantage of Breeze’s nonstop flights between Greenville and Hartford, Los Angeles, Orlando, Providence and Tampa.
It’s been a busy summer for Breeze Airways, as the low-cost airline continues to expand its routes and announce nearly a dozen new seasonal flights.
“There are three good things,” the airline said on its website. “We are introducing new nonstop service to Mobile, Alabama, Greenville, South Carolina, and Denver, Colorado.”
Breeze’s largest route expansion will begin in Greenville, its newest city, connecting with his five existing hubs. Travelers will soon be able to take advantage of Breeze’s nonstop flights connecting Greenville with Hartford, Los Angeles, Orlando, Providence and Tampa. Both routes operate twice weekly. To celebrate the addition of new routes, Breeze is offering all of these new routes for just $39 one-way. For travelers, now may be the best time to plan domestic trips this spring and summer. This sale must be booked directly through the Breeze website or app and must be booked by Monday, January 29th at 11:59pm. and.
Following the announcement, the low-cost airline plans to launch several more flights, first between Mobile and Orlando in April and later from Denver to Providence in May. Breeze has several other routes planned for the summer.
Madison, Wisconsin. (MSN) to Los Angeles (LAX), twice weekly Akron/Canton (CAK) to Los Angeles (LAX), 3 flights per week Twice a week from Tampa (TPA) to Orange County (SNA) Hartford (BDL) to Myrtle Beach (MYR), twice weekly Almost all of these routes operate seasonally, with the exception of Mobile to Orlando. Breeze is scheduled to cease operations just before the Labor Day weekend, the airline confirmed to T+L.
Breeze will use its Airbus A220-300 aircraft on these 11 new flights, featuring 12 premium reclining-style seats known as the “Ascent” cabin.