- Breeze is launching its a centesimal route, a new transcontinental flight from California to Florida.
- Breeze plans to develop service on the slot-constrained John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California.
Mickey Mouse followers seeking to hit each Disneyland and Disney World on the identical day will now have a nonstop possibility from California to Florida.
Breeze is including John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California to its map with new nonstop routes from Southern California to Orlando International Airport and Provo Municipal Airport in Utah close to Salt Lake City beginning on February 16.
The airline may even add a nonstop route from Provo to Orlando, which is able to allow “BreezeThru” one-stop service with no aircraft change between Provo and Orlando for John Wayne flyers searching for a cross-country various. The routes will use the airline’s signature Airbus A220 jets.
The upstart’s new routes matches into the Breeze mannequin of connecting leisure-heavy areas with out nonstop service. Most main airways serve John Wayne and Orlando, however flights between them require a number of stops.
The new airport will deliver Breeze Airways’ nationwide footprint to 34 pins – greater than double what the rapidly-growing startup carrier based by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman launched with in May 2021 — and 100 nonstop routes.