Where does Breeze Airways fly?

Amid the proliferation of low-cost flying, Breeze Airways took off from Tampa International Airport on May 27, 2021, hotting up competition in the U.S. skies. Although the carrier is only a year old, it is flying to new heights every day, unlocking the potential of what has been promising to its customers-the nice, new, and nonstop service. Headquartered in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, Breeze Airways started its flight operations with a handful of destinations, but now it operates 99 nonstop routes between 33 cities in 19 states of America. Since its founding, the low-cost airline has moved full steam ahead, adding new cities regularly to its ever-expanding route map. Where does Breeze Airways fly?

The Utah-headquartered Breeze Airways flies domestic routes within the U.S. from smaller, secondary airports. From its bases in 6 cities, i.e., Charleston, Hartford, New Orleans, Norfolk, Provo, and Tampa, the carrier offers point-to-point flights between underserved routes across the U.S. The carrier seeks to make flying accessible to the public and targets leisure passengers willing to fly from secondary cities.

Where does Breeze Airways currently fly?

As of November 2022, Breeze Airways has strengthened its footprint to over 30 cities, primarily serving destinations in the east and southeast of the U.S. Currently, the discount airline flies to:

  • Huntsville International Airport, Alabama
  • Northwest Arkansas National Airport, Fayetteville
  • Los Angeles International Airport, California
  • San Bernardino International Airport, California
  • San Francisco International Airport, California
  • Bradley International Airport, Connecticut
  • Southwest Florida International Airport, Florida
  • Jacksonville International Airport, Florida
  • Orlando International Airport, Florida
  • Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, Florida
  • Tampa International Airport, Florida
  • Palm Beach International Airport, Florida
  • Savanna/Hinton Head International Airport, Georgia
  • Louisville International Airport, Kentucky
  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Louisiana
  • Harry Reid International Airport, Nevada
  • Long Island MacArthur Airport, New York
  • Syracuse Hancock International Airport, New York
  • Westchester County Airport, White Plains
  • Akron-Canton Airport, Akron
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Cincinnati
  • John Glenn Columbus International Airport, Columbus
  • Tulsa International Airport, Oklahoma
  • Pittsburgh International Airport, Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island T.F. Green Airport, Rhode Island
  • Charleston International Airport, South Carolina
  • Nashville International Airport, Tennessee
  • Provo Municipal Airport, Utah
  • Norfolk International Airport, Virginia
  • Richmond International Airport, Virginia

Destinations added in 2022

2022 has been a year of expansion for Breeze Airways as it has added several sectors to its route map. In 2022, the low-fare airline commenced flight operations to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Jacksonville, Orlando, Sarasota, West Palm Beach, Savannah, Las Vegas, Islip, Syracuse, White Plains, Nashville, and Provo.

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Breeze Airways added a new focus city in 2022 by opening the first western base in a newly refurbished Provo Airport. The budget airline inaugurated its Provo operations with the initial flight service to San Francisco on August 4, 2022. From the newly renovated Provo Municipal Airport, the Utah-based carrier will serve both East and West Coast destinations, including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Phoenix-Sky Harbor.

Where does Breeze Airways fly from Las Vegas?

Breeze Airways entered the commercial service in Las Vegas with the inaugural flight from Syracuse on June 10. Before the presence of Breeze Airways on the Syracuse-Las Vegas route, Sin City was the number 1 unserved destination from Syracuse Regional Airport. From Las Vegas, Breeze Airways flies to Akron/Canton, Charleston, Fort Myers, Hartford, Huntsville, Jacksonville, Norfolk, Provo, Richmond, and Syracuse. The discount airline is set to begin Las Vegas-San Bernardino flights on February 16, 2023.

New routes announcement

In mid-October 2022, Breeze Airways announced flying nonstop to two new destinations-Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and Vero Beach Regional Airport (VBR), as a part of its expansion spree. Keeping up with a business model of serving underserved markets, the carrier will flag off new flights to both destinations in February 2023.

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Beginning February 2, Breeze Airways will offer nonstop flights between Harford and Vero Beach with twice-weekly service on Thursdays and Saturdays. From February 3, the carrier will operate two weekly flights (on Fridays and Mondays) on the White Plains/Westchester County-Vero Beach route.

Similarly, starting February 8, Breeze will operate nonstop service from Cincinnati to San Francisco and Charleston, competing against low-cost carrier Allegiant Air on the latter route. Breeze’s new Cincinnati-San Francisco route covers a flight distance of 2,036 miles and faces no competition from other carriers.

Opening a new base in T.F. Green International Airport in 2023

Breeze Airways is set to open a new base at Rhode Island’s T.F. Green International Airport (PVD) in 2023, stationing up to eight aircraft to ferry tourists and visitors to the fast-growing city. The airline will operate 20 weekly departures from PVD, serving new routes like Los Angeles, California, Savannah, and Columbus.

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