Breeze Airways has unveiled the layout of its Airbus A220-300 aircraft, including dimensions of the premium-class seat.
The carrier says that the mix of seats will be dynamic, with the ratio between premium and standard seats easily changeable depending upon route and seasonality. Its initial A220 will debut with 36 premium seats, 10 extra-legroom seats and 30 standard seats.
The premium cabin will be laid out in a 2-2 configuration, with 39 inches between rows. The seats will be 20.5 inches wide. They'll also have a footrest.
The premium seats will be available for sale as part of the airline's high-end fare bundle, which it is calling "Nicest."
Nicest tickets will include a carry-on bag, two checked bags, priority boarding, WiFi, enhanced loyalty-point accrual and drink and snack service.
Breeze's other A220 bundles, Nice and Nicer, will be similar to the carrier's offering on its fleet of 13 Embraer E195 planes.
The bare-bones Nice bundle will include a standard seat with 30 or 31 inches of pitch.
The A220 Nicer bundle will include a seat with 33 inches of pitch plus a checked bag, a carry-on bag, priority boarding and drink and snack service.
Seats in the coach cabin will be in a 2-3 configuration.
Breeze takes delivery of its first A220 this month and plans to put the plane into service during the second quarter of 2022.
The new discount carrier plans to take delivery of 80 A220s over the coming six-plus years at the rate of about one plane per month.