Breeze Adds 8 New Routes to Las Vegas in Rapid Expansion: List

  • Breeze Airways is adding eight new non-stop routes to Las Vegas in its latest network expansion.
  • The airline will deploy its amenities-heavy Airbus A220 aircraft on each route.
  • The news comes as Breeze, which only started flying in May 2021, continues to expand its transcontinental roadmap.

Breeze Airways is betting big on Las Vegas.

The fast-growing low-cost carrier announced eight new routes to Sin City on Wednesday, expanding its market presence to 11 nonstop flights. Breeze already flies to Las Vegas from Richmond, Virginia, Syracuse, New York and Fort Myers, Florida.

Introductory fares start at just $29 for a one-way ticket, according to the company.

“With these and other upcoming new routes, Breeze has identified several unserved LAS markets and will soon make it even easier for travelers from across the country to fly to Las Vegas,” Clark County Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis said in a statement. a press release. .

The airline will fly on all routes with its new Airbus A220 jet, equipped with Breeze’s premium product. Breeze currently has 80 A220s on order, with an option for 40 more.

Premium cabins from budget airlines are rare and competing airlines such as Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Air do not offer comparable products. Spirit Airlines has the Big Front Seat, but it can’t sit back and doesn’t have any extra perks, like a free checked bag or snack, like Breeze’s “Nicest” fare does.

Breeze Nice, Nicer and Nicest rate bundles.

Breeze rate card.

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Breeze’s A220s also offer a luxurious cabin with many amenities, including USB ports, a telephone stand on the backrest and adjustable headrests. These benefits are absent from competing airlines.

The airline’s ambition to provide a comfortable experience may be key to its rapid expansion, especially as Breeze is only 15 months old and flew her maiden flight on May 27, 2021.

As of September 2022, the airline has a vibrant network of 31 destinations, several of which are transcontinental non-stops not served by any other airline, such as Richmond to San Francisco.

As the airline continues to grow, it will continue to offer routes with little to no competition to connect underserved secondary markets, which has been founder David Neeleman’s vision from the start.

The new routes from Breeze to Las Vegas will start on Thursday – here’s the full list.

Between Hartford, Connecticut and Las Vegas

Hartford, Connecticut.

Hartford, Connecticut.

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Breeze starts twice weekly between Hartford and Las Vegas on September 7 on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Fares start at $69 for a one-way ticket between October 26 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 13. The airline will compete with Frontier Airlines on the route.

Between Jacksonville, Florida and Las Vegas

Jacksonville, Florida.

Jacksonville, Florida.

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Breeze starts twice a week between Jacksonville and Las Vegas on September 8 on Thursdays and Sundays. Fares start at $122 for a one-way ticket between November 1 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 10. The airline will not face any competition.

Between White Plains, New York and Las Vegas

White Plains, New York.

White Plains, New York.

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Breeze starts twice a week between White Plains and Las Vegas on September 8 on Thursdays and Sundays. Fares start at $99 for a one-way ticket between September 1st and October 2nd, and the promotion is available through September 13th. The airline will not face any competition.

Between Huntsville, Alabama and Las Vegas

Huntsville, Alabama.

Huntsville, Alabama.

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Breeze starts twice a week between Huntsville and Las Vegas on September 9 on Mondays and Fridays. Fares start at $99 for a one-way ticket between October 26 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 13. The airline will compete on the route with Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

Between Norfolk, Virginia and Las Vegas

Norfolk, Virginia.

Norfolk, Virginia.

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Breeze starts twice a week between Norfolk and Las Vegas on September 9 on Mondays and Fridays. Fares start at $145 for a one-way ticket between November 1 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 10. The airline will not face any competition.

Between Akron, Ohio and Las Vegas

The skyline of Akron, Ohio.

Akron, Ohio.

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Breeze will start on Thursday and Sunday on October 6 with a fortnightly service between Akron-Canton and Las Vegas. Fares start at $159 for a one-way ticket between November 1 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 10. The airline will not face any competition.

Between Provo, Utah and Las Vegas

Downtown Provo, Utah


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Breeze will begin a four-weekly service between Provo and Las Vegas on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays on October 6. Fares start at $29 for a one-way ticket between October 26 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 13. The airline will compete on the route with Allegiant Air, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

Between Charleston, South Carolina and Las Vegas

Charleston, South Carolina, United States city skyline.

Most tourists spend their entire trip in the downtown area.

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Breeze starts twice weekly between Charleston and Las Vegas on November 3rd on Thursdays and Sundays. Fares start at $99 for a one-way ticket between November 3 and February 14, and the promotion is available through September 13. The airline will not face any competition.