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Breeze Airways adds Phoenix with new service

Two routes to start for fledgling airline

Posted 8/10/22

Breeze Airways is adding Phoenix as one of the airline’s latest destination, with twice weekly flights to South Carolina and Utah.

Breeze also is adding another four routes between existing …

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Travel

Breeze Airways adds Phoenix with new service

Two routes to start for fledgling airline

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Breeze Airways is adding Phoenix as one of the airline’s latest destination, with twice weekly flights to South Carolina and Utah.

Breeze also is adding another four routes between existing cities, with twice-weekly service between Charleston, South Carolina, and Los Angeles; thrice-weekly flights between Westchester and Nashville, TN; twice-weekly service between New York/Westchester, NY, and Sarasota-Bradenton, FL; and weekly service between Tampa, FL, and Syracuse, NY.

“Breeze always seeks to connect cities which have previously had no nonstop service,” said Breeze’s Chief Operating Officer Michael Wuerger. “Charleston, our largest base, is one of the largest routes from Phoenix without existing nonstop service today, so we’re excited to announce the first nonstop to connect these two fantastic destinations – along with our other new routes announced today.”

Phoenix flights to Charleston will be Wednesday and Saturday starting Nov. 2 stating at $89. Flights to Provo, Utah, also will be W

Breeze has ordered 80 new Airbus A220-300 aircraft, that will be delivered one per month over the next six years, with options for 40 more. When flying on the A220 aircraft, Guests may choose from three price bundles that are offered as ‘Nice,’ ‘Nicer,’ and ‘Nicest.’

Breeze Airways began service in May 2021 from 16 destinations primarily in the east and southeast of the United States.