Destinations are going to be mainland USA for sure, but not sure what exact ones. But I heard that they are taking different routes, apparently so they don’t have to compete with large airlines, which is pretty cool.
This topic has my full support. It will be a great livery option for reworking E-Jets.
I honestly don’t see the sense as the E190s are only a temporary solution and will be replaced by the A220
Maybe but the livery is still an amazing livery.
No doubt but I’d rather wait for the A220 as this livery wouldn’t be current for very long
There is another feature request for the A220, (A220-300) so I couldn’t do that. I think both should be in the game (very unlikely but always hope).
But this version would be quite a time waste xD They would bring it into the game and after 2 years or so its gone forever lol
I like the idea of a variety in the Breeze fleet at IF.
I can easily change this to the E195. That might last a bit longer vs the E190 in the Breeze Airways fleet
Thats not the point. The point is that the Embraers are only a temporary solution for the beginning of the operations. But I wouldn’t be opposing it if it comes though, no matter on what aircraft
I understand that. I just think that like most airlines, more than 1 aircraft would be nice for more diversity, especially on short flights. Just going to end it on that cause I don’t want this to get out of hand because of either you or me.
Update: Breeze Airways flight MXY8001 (E195) just landed at Orlando, FL from Islip, NY after a 2 hour 25 minute flight. Both airports are potential destination airports so they might be crew training, but they also might be ferrying it like they did from Macon, GA to Islip, NY in January. I am not sure, but if you get any information, do not hesitate to send it to me in a PM. It has been officially announced that Breeze Airways will be based out of Salt Lake City on March 14th, 2021.
Brand new article about Breeze Airways that I found pretty interesting. Look into if you like.
Update on Breeze Airways
Update on Breeze Airways aircraft usage
interesting using a220’s for long range flights.
I think that is the only plane besides the E-jets, so they have to use it.
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Voted for this beautiful aircraft!
I think considering the economics of the A220 and the current situation at Boeing its obvious why they did so
After many weeks of undisclosed routes, Breeze Airways has revealed its first route:
Tampa to Charleston using the E190s it has. More information down below!