Breeze’s most recent growth includes the inauguration of nearly a dozen new routes
For the summer of 2024, one of the US airlines with the quickest rate of growth has a ton of additional routes planned.
The low-cost airline Breeze Airways, which debuted in 2021, revealed 11 new routes on Tuesday. Breeze is expanding its route map by adding three new airports to its list of available flights.
Denver International Airport (DEN), Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) in South Carolina, and Mobile International Airport (BFM) in Alabama are among the airports that the Utah-based carrier is using for the first time.
Seasonal in nature, many of the new Breeze routes launch in time for the summer. Popular vacation spots like Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Orlando, Florida’s Gulf Coast, and Southern California will be accessible via these routes.
The expansion coincides with Breeze’s ongoing significant increase in flying frequency. According to scheduling data from aviation analytics firm Cirium that TPG studied, the airline’s number of fights is expected to increase by almost 47% during the first half of 2024 compared to the same period in 2023.
itineraries on the new A220 fleet
Breeze intends to use brand-new Airbus A220-300 aircraft, the backbone of its rapidly expanding fleet, to operate all of the additional routes.
Breeze’s A220s include 12 seats in the “Ascent” cabin, the largest of its premium front-facing cabins. The airline has forty-five seats with extra legroom; the seat pitch is similar to that of the main cabin extra-type accommodations on the older American airlines.