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Breeze Airways Adds New Routes, Debuts First Flights from Dallas/Fort Worth

The carrier is announcing a handful of new routes and five new cities to its network.

A Breeze A220 in Phoenix (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

Breeze Airways is expanding its network with five new cities. Starting later this year, the carrier plans to add Bangor, Dallas/Fort Worth, Lancaster, Lansing, and Pensacola. This brings its total number of serviced cities to 56 across 29 states.

The new routes include both seasonal and year-round flights connecting Breeze’s existing destinations with the new cities. Bangor will receive new service to Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Myers beginning in early October. In addition, Dallas/Fort Worth – American’s largest hub – will have a new connection to Provo/Salt Lake City, Utah starting on June 7.

Lancaster, Penn. will see service to Orlando on Thursdays and Sundays starting in October. In the Midwest, the airline is planning service from Lansing, Mich. to Fort Myers and Orlando in early October.

Back in Florida, Pensacola gains service to Tampa. In addition to these new cities, several routes are being added between Florida destinations and cities in the Northeast and Midwest.

“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 in a press release. “With Breeze’s added convenience and affordability, our business model continues to see success in cities across the country.”

New Credit Card and Loyalty Program

The airline also announced the launch of a new long-awaited loyalty program. Named Breezy Rewards, the carrier says it will give members the ability to earn BreezePoints for all Breeze purchases and access other benefits such as no change or cancel fees and so-called “Free Family” seating.

In addition to the loyalty program, Breeze also announced the launch of its first co-branded credit card, the Breeze Easy Visa Signature, issued by Barclays. The card offers benefits like earning BreezePoints for Breeze purchases and complimentary inflight Wi-Fi on Airbus fleet flights. There is an $89 annual fee associated with the card.

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    Ryan founded AirlineGeeks.com back in February 2013 and has amassed considerable experience in the aviation sector. His work has been featured in several publications and news outlets, including CNN, WJLA, CNET, and Business Insider. During his time in the industry, he's worked in roles pertaining to airport/airline operations while holding a B.S. in Air Transportation Management from Arizona State University along with an MBA. Ryan has experience in several facets of the industry from behind the yoke of a Cessna 172 to interviewing airline industry executives. Ryan works for AirlineGeeks' owner FLYING Media, spearheading coverage in the commercial aviation space.

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