Breeze Airways is an upcoming new U.S. airline founded by David Neeleman, who launched new airlines such as JetBlue, TAP Portugal, Azul, WestJet, and more.
Breeze Airways was previously known as “Moxy” intending to serve underserved markets in the U.S.
- The airline will begin with 30 E-195s leased from Azul Airlines.
- Breeze Airways currently has 60 A220-300s on order which were placed at the 2018 Farnbourough Air Show.
- The airline’s model will aim at serving unserved city pairs, similar to Allegiant Airlines.
- Breeze’s A220s will be equipped with new technology innovations that will “improve the flying experience", likely similar to JetBlue’s interiors with high seat pitch.
Breeze Airways hopes to receive their Air Operating Certificate and launch flights before the end of 2020. The airline expects to begin taking deliveries of their A220s by April 2020.
The Co-Founder of Azul, Gianfranco Beting, posted a Breeze concept livery on an A220. He actually named the airline and worked on the logo.
And a better E-195 Image:
So now it’s official. Breeze Airways is the fifth airline that David Neeleman launches since the early 90’s when he started with Morris Air. I feel honored to be chosen to create the name, logo and Brand identity, working together with brand guru Amy Curtis-McIntyre. It took us more than 400 designs to finally reach this result. Go Breeze! // Esta imagem retocada digitalmente mostra como será o Embraer 195 da Breeze Airways. Primeiros voos neste próximo verão do hemisfério norte, com um modelo inovador de desenvolvimento de linhas.
Do you like Breeze Airways’ livery?
Considering this airline is founded by David Neeleman, it should be relatively successful given they’ve been planning this for years and have already placed major aircraft orders. It’ll be exciting to see which cities they launch with their upcoming A220s.