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Breeze Begins Its Longest Nonstop Flight

Breeze Airways Embraer 190 tail (Photo: Breeze Airways)

Breeze Airways, a Salt Lake City-based start-up airline, has announced the launch of its longest nonstop service from Providence’s T.F. Green International Airport (PVD) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This new addition to Breeze’s expanding route network marks a significant milestone for the airline and provides travelers in the New England region with a convenient and affordable option for traveling to the West Coast.

Passengers can now enjoy the ease and comfort of flying nonstop between Providence and Los Angeles, saving valuable time and avoiding the hassle of connecting flights. The inaugural flight from PVD to LAX took place on Wednesday, and Breeze Airways celebrated the occasion with a special event at T.F. Green International Airport.

Breeze Airways has gained a reputation for its unique business model as a ‘Nice Low Cost Carrier’ (NLCC), offering a so-called balance of efficiency, affordability, and passenger-friendly policies.

The nonstop service from PVD to LAX will be operated by Breeze Airways’ modern and fuel-efficient Airbus A220 aircraft. The A220 is renowned for its superior performance, providing a comfortable and smooth flying experience for passengers. With this aircraft, Breeze is able to operate on shorter runways from smaller airports, enabling the airline to connect city pairs that have previously not enjoyed nonstop service.

Passengers on Breeze Airways’ Providence-Los Angeles route will also benefit from the airline’s commitment to enhancing the onboard experience. Breeze Ascent, the airline’s rebranded front seating section, offers an elevated travel experience with recliner-style seats, complimentary snacks and beverages (including alcohol), and additional legroom.

AirlineGeeks.com Staff


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