Breeze Airways Debuts in Orlando With New Daily Service to Charleston, South Carolina
Breeze Airways has touched down in Orlando with new daily service to Charleston, South Carolina. Orlando is now the carrier’s 20th nonstop destination from Charleston. Introductory one-way fares on the new route are now available from only $39.
On Friday (June 24, 2022), Orlando International Airport (MCO) announced that Breeze Airways, the new U.S. low fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, has officially started operations at the airport. The carrier’s first flight touched down in Orlando on Friday from Charleston, South Carolina, with MCO becoming Breeze’s 20th nonstop destination from Charleston. The carrier will offer daily service on the route with introductory one-way fares from only $39. Breeze offers seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, and up to 24 months of reusable flight credits, along with customized flight features delivered via their simple, intuitive and feature-rich app.
Breeze Airways is a new low fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman. The airline began service in May 2021, offering point-to-point flights to and from smaller secondary airports, bypassing hubs for shorter and more convenient travel times. The carrier currently offers 90 nonstop routes between 30 cities in 18 states. The Breeze Airways team is comprised of a group of aviation experts and fanatics who are working day and night to build the world’s nicest airline for their guests. The company’s mission is to make the world of air travel simple, affordable and convenient. Breeze seeks to improve the guest travel experience through technology, ingenuity and most importantly, kindness.
Source: Orlando International Airport (MCO), Breeze Airways