Breeze Airways Adds 8 New Routes from New York’s Long Island MacArthur and Palm Beach Airports
Breeze Airways, one of the new U.S. low-fare airlines launched this year, is adding new eight new routes in February from New York’s Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). These are the first new market additions since the airline’s debut in May. The new cities are Breeze’s 17th and 18th destinations and will expand the carrier’s network to 42 routes.
Breeze will inaugurate four weekly roundtrip flights between Islip and Norfolk, VA, on February 17, on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays. On February 18, Breeze will introduce twice weekly roundtrips between Islip and Charleston, SC, on Fridays and Mondays. Fares will start at $39 one-way.
The airline then will add Saturday-only roundtrip flights from Palm Beach (PBI) to six cities starting February 19: Akron/Canton, OH; Charleston, SC; Columbus, OH; New Orleans, LA; Norfolk, VA; and Richmond, VA. Fares from Palm Beach to Charleston and New Orleans will start at $39 one-way, while PBI to Akron/Canton, Columbus, Norfolk and Richmond will start at $59 one-way.
Breeze Airways will service all these new routes with Embraer 190 or 195.