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Breeze Airways Unveils New Routes, Celebrates with Discounted Fares

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by Laurie Baratti
Last updated: 4:20 PM ET, Wed February 28, 2024

Low-cost carrier and
relative aviation newcomer Breeze
is gearing up to introduce new service this summer, flying out of
Manchester, New Hampshire. It will signify the airline’s first airport
operations in the state and the 51st city in its overall network.

The upcoming
routes, which are slated to commence in June, will see nonstop flights from
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) to Charleston, South Carolina; and Fort
and Orlando, Florida. Breeze
shared with Travel
+ Leisure
that each of these new routes will run twice per week. 

Breeze Airways’
President, Tom Doxey, expressed optimism about the airline’s foray into the
Granite State, pointing to favorable response Breeze’s services have received in
neighboring states. 

“Breeze has
grown rapidly in New England with Providence and Hartford as our two
fastest-growing bases,” said Doxey. “We have great faith that our
affordable, convenient, and nice service from New Hampshire [to] Florida and
South Carolina will be just as popular.”

New nonstop
flights from Manchester to
Charleston and Orlando will operate on Mondays and Fridays starting June
14. Later, flights from Manchester to Fort Myers, operating on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, will commence on October 2.

Also this autumn, Breeze
plans to expand its offerings from Manchester by introducing one-stop service to
Tampa on Thursdays and Sundays, starting September 5. Passengers aboard these
flights won’t even need to switch planes. 

To commemorate the
launch of these fresh routes, Breeze is rolling out discounted fares to make
travel even more accessible for passengers. Customers can now book one-way
flights from Manchester to Charleston for as low as $69, to Orlando for as
little as $89 and to Fort Myers from just $99. To avail themselves of these
special fares, travelers will need to book by March 4 at 11:59 p.m. PT, with
travel valid through January 7, 2025.

Flights on these
routes will be operated using Airbus A220-300 aircraft, known for their eco-friendliness,
comfort and efficiency. Breeze recently announced its commitment to
transitioning to an all-Airbus
A220 fleet
for its scheduled service by the end of 2024. It already has 22
of these models in its arsenal and hopes to increase that number to 32 by year’s

Founded in 2021 by
former JetBlue founder and current Breeze Airways CEO David Neeleman, the
low-cost carrier has rapidly expanded its presence, now serving 51 cities
across 27 states. 

Breeze is
currently confined to the U.S., but has plans to expand into international
markets, having sought permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to
flying transatlantic routes


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