Breeze Airways debuted its flights in May 2021 with the aim of offering direct connections between cities underserved by the market.
With a fleet of 35 small jets, the low-cost carrier has maintained a flight network concentrated mainly on the East Coast of the U.S.
Recently, the airline founded by David Neeleman, an entrepreneur who also created JetBlue, among other carriers, announced a new expansion in its routes, with seven new destinations.
Most flights remain concentrated on the East Coast, but Breeze will also launch routes from Grand Junction Regional Airport in Colorado to San Francisco and Los Angeles (John Wayne Airport).
Among the new destinations are Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), New Windsor (New York), South Burlington (Vermont), Madison (Winsconsin) and Avoca (Pennsylvania).
Flights will depart from airports including Orlando, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Charleston, Orange County and Providence.
The debut of the new frequencies will take place from January 31st and will mainly focus on February 2024, but some flights such as Charleston to Myrtle Beach and Grand Junction (Colorado) to San Francisco are scheduled to start only in May.
Breeze’s aircraft fleet consists of 18 Airbus A220-300s received new from Airbus and 17 second-hand Embraer E-Jets.
The airline offers an uncomplicated and affordable service, in addition to the possibility of finding direct routes between smaller cities in the United States.