Breeze Airways Announces New Routes

Daniel Fowkes
11 Nov 2023
· Routes 
A Breeze Airways Airbus A220-371 arriving into Harry Reid International Airport

Breeze Airways has announced a significant network expansion out of Orlando International Airport.

New Routes Coming To Breeze’s Network

With Orlando being the focal point of the new network expansion, five new routes will begin in 2024.

Orlando to Burlington (Vermont), Evansville (Indiana), Madison (Wisconsin), Newburgh (New York), and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (Pennsylvania) will all be launched.

Burlington flights are slated to begin on February 14, 2024, and Breeze says these services will operate twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Meanwhile, Evansville is expected to begin less than ten days later, on February 23, 2024. This service will be twice weekly, too, with flights departing on Mondays and Fridays.

Madison will begin also on February 14, with flights operating on Wednesdays and Saturdays. However, Breeze adds these flights will be seasonal and feature in the spring and summer.

Newburgh will begin February 15, 2024, with flights on Thursdays and Wednesdays. Breeze says these fares will start at USD 59 one way.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton will launch the earliest out of all newly announced routes on January 30, 2024. This service will operate two times a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

A Look At The Breeze Network

Breeze Airways’ route network covers many underserved markets, making it appealing for customers after cheap flights.

Per Cirium data, the airline offered 2.52k flights for October 2023, up more than 90% over the same month one year prior.

This equated 323,000 available seats, a 104% rise across 93 routes. In one year, Breeze saw a jump of 36 routes to the network.

John Wayne Airport and Provo Airport led the way for the most flights available for the month, with 93. However, this was followed by Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport and Orlando International Airport.

However, Pittsburgh International Airport and Charleston International Airport was the biggest grower year on year. In October 2023, there was a 205.9% jump in flights compared to one year prior.

The Breeze Airways Fleet

Breeze Airways operates with a fleet of 35 in-service aircraft. However, significant orders remain for the A220-300.

Currently, its active fleet consists of Airbus and Embraer regional aircraft.

18 Airbus A220-300s are in service. The A220 acts as the leading aircraft in the airline operation. Additionally, these are paired with 10 E190s and 7 E195s.

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