Low-cost carrier Breeze Airways in 2023 will add nearly two dozen new or resumed routes to its U.S. network, the carrier announced Wednesday.
Among the additional services are new or resumed nonstop routes:
- Between Cincinnati and each Providence, R.I., and Orange County, Calif.-based John Wayne Airport, with service on each route beginning March 30
- Between Columbus, Ohio and each Providence and Orange County, each beginning March 29, and between Columbus and each Hartford, Conn., Jacksonville, Fla., Norfolk, Va., and Raleigh-Durham, N.C., each starting May 18 or May 19
- Between Jacksonville and each Norfolk, Raleigh-Durham and Richmond, Va., each starting May 18
- Between Los Angeles International Airport and Providence, starting May 17, and Norfolk, starting May 19
- Between Pittsburgh and Orange County, starting March 31, and between Pittsburgh and Norfolk, starting May 18
Additionally, Breeze plans to launch one-stop service on seven routes:
- Between Jacksonville and Providence, staring May 18, and each Hartford and Islip, N.Y., starting May 19
- Between Tampa, Fla., and Providence, starting May 17; San Francisco, starting May 24; and Islip, starting Aug. 18
- Between Orange County and Providence, starting March 29
The new routes will be served by Breeze's Embraer 190 and 195 aircraft or its Airbus A220-300 aircraft, according to the carrier.
Source: Business Travel News