The planned low cost carrier will be called “Moxy Airways”, having secured orders for 60 Bombardier CS-300 aircraft. The first will arrive in 2020. Moxy will be focused on point-to-point service in the U.S., mainly serving secondary airports.
But, the airline isn’t seeking to mimic ultra-low-cost carriers like Allegiant, Frontier, or Spirit. Instead, Moxy would be more in line with Neeleman’s past ventures at Azul and JetBlue, where spacious seats and free Wi-Fi combine with some fees for extra services, such as snacks or seat assignments. (very nice to hear)
I wish David Neeleman the best in this. I can definitely envision this working out well, he has a good track record with founding JetBlue, and helping to found Azul and WestJet. Best of luck to him and everyone else in this!