Cheap flights with non-stop service to 30 destinations

The future of flight is here. And it sounds like child’s play.

That’s what Breeze Airways is proud to offer its customers “Seriously Nice” flights and fares.

Created a little over a year ago, the airline is growing rapidly with a fifth of its destinations in Florida, including Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myerswhich recently celebrated its inaugural flights to Las Vegas and Charleston, South Carolina, according to a News-Press report.

Thinking of booking a flight with Breeze Airways the next time you travel? Here’s what you need to know about the low-cost airline.

Breeze Airways created by David Neeleman, co-founder of JetBlue

Breeze provides nonstop service between underserved routes across the United States at affordable rates, according to its website.

The airline was founded by CEO David Neeleman, who launched four air carriers including Azul, JetBlue, Westjet and Morris Air. It debuted in service in May 2021 with a focus on the southeastern United States

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Breeze Airways now offers flights to Southwest Florida International.

How much are fares on Breeze Airways? Does it offer first class?

When booking a flight with Breeze, customers will be offered three price packages for the service: “Nice”, “Plus Nice” and “Nicest”.

A “Nice” fare means the seat selection fee can range from $10 to $40. This option does not include checked baggage, which will cost you $20, regardless of weight.

A “Better” fare includes one free checked bag and seat selection, extra legroom, priority boarding, bottled water and a KIND bar.

The “Nicest” package is exactly what it gives. Customers who choose this flight experience will automatically get a first class seat, two checked bags, priority boarding and a free snack and drink.

While amenities vary by class and aircraft, all flights will offer food and drink for purchase and in-flight entertainment. Travelers can cancel or change their flight up to 15 minutes before scheduled departure, according to its website.

Breeze Airways now offers flights to Southwest Florida International Airport.

Breeze Airways Destinations

Breeze Airways currently flies to 30 destinations across the country, including six in Florida: Fort Myers, Sarasota, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando.

Here is a list of airports currently served by the airline:

  • Akron/Canton, Ohio (CAK)
  • Bentonville/Fayetteville, Arkansas (XNA)
  • Charleston, SC (CHS)
  • Columbus, Ohio (CMH)
  • Fort Myers, FL (RSW)
  • Hartford, Connecticut (BDL)
  • Huntsville, Alabama (HSV)
  • Islip, New York (ISP)
  • Jacksonville, Florida (JAX)
  • Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS)
  • Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
  • Louisville, Kentucky (homeless)
  • Nashville, TN (BNA)
  • New Orleans, Louisiana (MSY)
  • Norfolk, Virginia (ORF)
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (OKC)
  • Orlando, Florida (MCO)
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PIT)
  • Providence, Rhode Island (PVD)
  • Provo, Utah (PVU)
  • Richmond, Virginia (RIC)
  • San Bernardino, CA (SBD)
  • San Francisco, California (SFO)
  • Sarasota, Florida (SRQ)
  • Savannah, Georgia (SAV)
  • Syracuse, New York (SYR)
  • Tampa, Florida (TPA)
  • Tulsa, Oklahoma (TUL)
  • West Palm Beach, FL (PBI)
  • Westchester County, NY (HPN)

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Breeze Airways route map

Here is a map of the routes Breeze Airways currently serves in June 2022:

What type of aircraft does Breeze Airways use?

Breeze Airways has three different types of planes in its current fleet: the Airbus A220-300 and the Embraer 190 and Embraer 195.

The Airbus A220-300 is its largest, offering amenities like first-class seating and is expected to have in-flight WiFi access by the end of 2022, according to its website.

Fort Myers News-Press and Naples Daily News Senior Reporter Laura Ugly contributed to this report.

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