Upstart Breeze Airways starting Phoenix flights

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

Upstart new lower-fare airline, Breeze Airways is adding flights to Phoenix.

Utah-based Breeze was founded by David Neeleman, who helped found JetBlue Airways and other airline startups.

Breeze’s new Phoenix service will link Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to Charleston, S.C. and Provo, Utah with $29 one-way promotional fares.

Breeze, which launched earlier this year is also adding flights between Los Angeles and Charleston, Westchester, N.Y. and Nashville. Tampa and Syracuse and Westchester and Sarasota / Bradenton, Florida.

Westchester is about 30 miles north of Manhattan and New York City.

“Breeze always seeks to connect cities which have previously had no nonstop service,” said Breeze’s COO Michael Wuerger. “Charleston, our largest base, is one of the largest routes from Phoenix without existing nonstop service today, so we’re excited to announce the first nonstop to connect these two fantastic destinations – along with our other new routes announced today.”

The Phoenix service to South Carolina and Utah both start Nov. 2.

Breeze ordered 80 mid-sized new Airbus A220-300 planes as part of its growth efforts and offers three price categories for air fares.

The upstart airline started operations in May.

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