Breeze Airways Announces First 16 Destinations, 39 Routes

Breeze Airways has finally announced its first routes and destinations



This morning, Breeze Airways officially announced its first routes and destinations following its official reveal over a year ago.

Their website, https://www.flybreeze.com/, is now live and ready to accept ticket sales for its first 16 destinations and 39 routes.


First Routes and Destinations:



Breeze Airways will commence operations in SIX days starting with flights from Tampa to Charleston and Hartford.

  • Tampa, FL - Flights start May 27, 2021
  • Charleston, SC - Flights start May 27, 2021
  • Hartford, CT - Flights start May 27, 2021
  • Louisville, KY - Flights start May 28, 2021
  • Tulsa, OK - Flights start June 4, 2021
  • Norfolk, VA - Flights start June 10, 2021
  • Fayetteville, AR - Flights start June 17, 2021
  • Akron/Canton, OH - Flights start June 26, 2021
  • Oklahoma City, OK - Flights start July 1, 2021
  • Columbus, OH - Flights start July 3, 2021
  • New Orleans, LA - Flights start July 8, 2021
  • Pittsburgh, PA - Flights start July 8, 2021
  • Richmond, VA - Flights start July 8, 2021
  • San Antonio, TX - Flights start July 15, 2021
  • Huntsville, AL - Flights start July 15, 2021
  • Providence, RI - Flights start July 22, 2021

The specific launch dates for each route:

Tampa, Florida to:

  • Charleston (May 27)
  • Louisville (May 28)
  • Tulsa (June 4)
  • Norfolk (June 10)
  • Fayetteville (June 17)
  • Akron/Canton (June 26)
  • Oklahoma City (July 1)
  • Columbus, Ohio (July 3)
  • Huntsville (July 22)
  • Richmond (July 22)

Charleston, South Carolina to:

  • Hartford (starting May 27)
  • Tampa (May 27)
  • Louisville (May 28)
  • Norfolk (June 10)
  • Akron/Canton (July 8)
  • Columbus, Ohio (July 8)
  • New Orleans (July 8)
  • Pittsburgh (July 8)
  • Richmond (July 8)
  • Huntsville (July 15)
  • Providence (July 22)

Norfolk, Virginia to:

  • Charleston (June 10)
  • Tampa (June 10)
  • New Orleans (July 15)
  • Columbus, Ohio (July 22)
  • Hartford (July 22)
  • Pittsburgh (July 22)
  • Providence (July 29)

New Orleans, Louisiana to:

  • Charleston (July 8)
  • Akron/Canton (July 15)
  • Fayetteville (July 15)
  • Huntsville (July 15)
  • Louisville (July 15)
  • Norfolk (July 15)
  • Oklahoma City (July 15)
  • Richmond (July 15)
  • Tulsa (July 15)
  • Columbus, Ohio (July 16)

Other point-to-point routes:

  • Fayetteville-San Antonio (July 15)
  • San Antonio-Oklahoma City (July 15)
  • Tulsa-San Antonio (July 15)
  • Hartford-Columbus, Ohio (July 22)
  • Pittsburgh-Hartford (July 22)
  • Providence-Pittsburgh (July 29)

Sources/Image Credits

Image: N190BZ | Embraer 190-200IGW | Breeze Airways | Sean Payne | JetPhotos
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Congratulations to Breeze for finally launching. What do you all think of Breeze Airways’ first destinations?

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@RTG113 - long island vibes

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yey. Another through and good #real-world-aviation topic by @Ishrion!

I’m very interested to watch this airline grow and expand, I think it has quite some potential… also David Neeleman. I do hope they come to the west coast sometime, I’d love to try them out.

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Breeze Airways confirms it’ll be announcing its first destinations when the countdown ends. They’ll also be opening ticket sales and launching their app.

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Here’s your list of all possible airports. The ones with the R’s will be your guaranteed service airports. All other airports are potentials. If you do not see an airport listed in this list, they will not and cannot fly there legally.

Always fun checking out another airlines Ops Specs. They’re all public information which is the best part.

A= Alternates
F= Refueling
R= Regular Service


I would also place a wager on KPVD (Providence) and KBDL (Bradley Intl) as they’re also mentioned in their Ops Specs. Do a little reading of the document near the authorized airport list and you’ll find some more clues. 😉

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Ahhhh I spy JAX, hopefully we can be included in the initial announcement!!

Looking forward to the livery making it into IF someday - as it looks snazzy, and a new VA to get certified :)

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Hyped for sure, doubt they’ll ever serve Bermuda but it would be awesome for sure, we haven’t had a new carrier service us for almost the last time a new airline flew to Bermuda was JetBlue in 2011

I’m a bit confused by that list, because MSY PIT and BNA aren’t in there, and they’re already confirmed destinations

Correct. That could potentially indicate that it may not be a year round service to those destinations.

We just gonna ignore that the first route is the exception to the formula they have 🤦🏻‍♂️

imagine they fly to pvd 😮

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I smell a Chicago Midway/O’hare route in the making…

Nope, not on their operations list

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I know but it could be a future option

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This seems to be another destination - Norfolk, Virginia (ORF)

ORF along with New Orleans, Charleston, and Tampa will be pilot bases.

Additionally, San Antonio Airport has an announcement tomorrow. While it’s hours after Breeze’s announcement, I’d assume it’s still Breeze. SAT has announced new flights hours after they’ve already been announced, such as the JetBlue announcement last month.

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Let’s gooooooooooo!

Happy to see some more service!

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You got theory from my airliners.net post ;)

Yea, it’ll probably be Breeze! Can’t wait!

ryanrap1?

Also this. SDF could be a destination:

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