Breeze Airways Announces 5 New Cities: Bangor, Dallas/Fort Worth, Lancaster, Lansing and Pensacola; Also Debuts Co-Branded Credit Card and Loyalty Program

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Salt Lake City, UT Breeze Airways, the U.S.’ only NLCC, or ‘Nice Low Cost Carrier,’ is announcing five new cities with service from Bangor, ME; Dallas-Fort Worth, TX; Lancaster, PA; Lansing, MI; and Pensacola, FL, as well as new routes from nine existing cities.  Breeze now offers flights from 56 cities across 29 states.

The new routes comprise:

From Bangor, ME to:

  • Orlando, FL (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $99*);
  • Tampa, FL (Mon and Fri, starting. Oct 4, One way from $99*); and
  • Fort Myers, FL (Seasonal, Wed and Sat, starting Oct 5, One way from $99*).

 From Dallas-Fort Worth, TX to:

  • Provo/Salt Lake City, UT (Mon and Fri, starting Jun 7, One way from $69*).   

From Fort Myers, FL to:

  • Stewart/Newburgh, NY (Seasonal, Wed and Sat, starting Oct 2, One way from $89*);
  • Lansing, MI (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $89*); 
  • Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA (Seasonal, Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $89*); and
  • Bangor, ME (Seasonal, Wed and Sat, starting Oct 5, One way from $99*).

From Lancaster, PA to:

  • Orlando, FL (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 8, One way from $79*).  

From Lansing, MI to:

  • Orlando, FL (Wed and Sat, starting Oct 2, One way from $79*); and
  • Fort Myers, FL (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $89*).

From Norfolk, VA to:

  • Phoenix, AZ (Seasonal, Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $119*).  

From Orlando, FL to:

  • Lansing, MI (Wed and Sat, starting Oct 2, One way from $79*); 
  • Bangor, ME (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $99*); and
  • Lancaster, PA (Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 8, One way from $79*).

From Pensacola, FL to:

  • Tampa, FL (Mon and Fri, starting June 28, One way from $49*).   

From Phoenix, AZ to:

  • Norfolk, VA (Seasonal, Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $119*). 

From Provo-Salt Lake City, UT to:

  • Dallas-Fort Worth, TX (Mon and Fri, starting June 7, One way from $69*). 

From Stewart/Newburgh, NY to:

  • Fort Myers, FL (Seasonal, Wed and Sat, starting Oct 2, One way from $89*).   

From Tampa, FL to:

  • Pensacola, FL (Mon and Fri, starting June 28, One way from $49*); and
  • Bangor, ME (Mon and Fri, starting. Oct 4, One way from $99*).

From Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, PA to:

  • Fort Myers, FL (Seasonal, Thurs and Sun, starting Oct 3, One way from $89*).

“We’re thrilled to announce five more cities to our expanding network as we continue to add great destinations and also connect the dots between Breeze’s existing cities,” said Breeze Airways’ President Tom Doxey. “With Breeze’s added convenience and affordability, our business model continues to see success in cities across the country.”

Breeze and Barclays US Consumer Bank also today announced the debut of the Breeze Easy™ Visa Signature® credit card. Breeze’s first co-branded credit card comes less than three years after the airline’s launch and offers up to 10X BreezePoints for Breeze purchases including airfare and trip add-ons, such as premium seating, additional checked bags and even inflight snacks and beverages. Other benefits include complimentary inflight Wi-Fi on Breeze’s Airbus fleet, priority boarding and accelerated earn on a wide range of everyday purchases, including groceries and restaurants. The card comes with an $89 annual fee. Terms and conditions apply. Visit MyBreezeEasyCard.com for more information.

In tandem with the debut of the Breeze Easy Visa, the airline also announced the launch of its new loyalty program. Dubbed Breezy Rewards™, the program gives members the ability to earn BreezePoints for all Breeze purchases and access other benefits such as no change or cancel fees, seamless booking and flight management tools, and Free Family seating.

Recognized by Travel + Leisure readers as one of the Top 5 Best U.S. Airlines for the second consecutive year, Breeze offers Guests both bundled and a la carte options known as No Flex Fare, Nice, Nicer and, on flights operated with the Airbus A220-300, Nicest. With the No Flex Fare, flight changes are not permitted but partial credit is issued for cancellations. The Nice bundle includes a carry-on bag while the Nicer bundle includes a checked bag, a carry-on, and free inflight WiFi as well as a premium economy seat in its “extra legroom” section. The Nicest bundle includes two checked bags, priority boarding and Breeze Ascent—the carrier’s inflight experience featuring 2×2 recliner seating, free inflight WiFi, and complimentary snacks and beverages, including alcohol.

Breeze doesn’t charge change or cancellation fees up to 15 minutes prior to departure and offers other benefits such as free family seating and a la carte pricing. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly. Learn more about Breeze’s flight offerings via our site or the app.


*No Flex promotion is available only when booking a new reservation for travel by January 7, 2025. Promotion must be purchased by April 1, 2024 (11:59 pm ET). Price displayed includes taxes and government fees. Fare prices, fare classes, rules, routes, and schedules are subject to change or exemption without notice. Any changes or modifications to qualifying promotional reservations will be subject to fare repricing. A difference in airfare at the current fare price may apply. Other restrictions and blackout dates may apply.


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