Breeze Airways has announced Provo, Utah as its newest base. The airline will launch nonstop flights from Provo to 3 cities and will also launch one-stop flights to 2 cities.
Breeze’s newest base – Provo, Utah
Breeze will operate the following flights out of Provo Airport:
- San Francisco: starting 4th August 2022 – daily nonstop flight
- San Bernardino: starting 4th August 2022 – daily flight via San Francisco (no plane change)
- Las Vegas: starting 5th October 2022 – daily flight
- Westchester: starting 5th October 2022 – daily flight via Las Vegas (no plane change)
- Los Angeles: starting 2nd November 2022 – daily flight
Flights to San Francisco and San Bernardino will be operated by Embraer E190s while flights to the other 3 cities will be operated by Airbus A220s.
Breeze’s E190s features 2 classes of service – Nice and Nicer. On the other hand, the A220s feature a third class of service in addition to Nice and Nicer – Nicest. Nicest is basically a first class seat.
David Neeleman, Founder and CEO, Breeze Airways, said:
It’s been the question on everyone’s lips since we first opened our headquarters – when are you flying from Utah? We’re excited to continue growing and hiring from here, and now flying from Utah too. The beautiful, newly renovated Provo airport will give our Guests an easy way to travel to both coasts.
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Breeze opened its Cottonwood Heights, Utah, headquarters in February 2020, and currently employs some 70 Team Members at the facility, many of whom live in Utah County. In March 2022, the airline debuted the Breeze Training Academy in Salt Lake City for initial and recurrent training for its pilots, flight attendants and Guest Empowerment teams. With the new base at Provo, the airline expects to hire an additional 200 Utah-based Team Members, while continuing to add jobs across a range of positions including finance, operations, marketing and human resources at its headquarters.
Breeze’s initial A220s will feature 126 seats, including 36 First Class in a 2-2 configuration, 10 extra legroom Economy seats, and 80 standard Economy seats in a 2-3 configuration. The airline says that the seat configuration of its A220s will be dynamic and the upcoming A220s will feature 137 total seats, which include 12 First Class seats, 45 extra legroom Economy seats and 80 standard Economy seats in a 2-3 configuration.
Breeze plans to more than double its fleet this year, from 13 Embraer 190 and 195 aircraft to 30 aircraft, including 14 Airbus A220s and three additional Embraer E190s/E195s. The airline has ordered 80 new Airbus A220-300 aircraft, that will be delivered one per month over the next six years, with options for 40 more.
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