The Connecticut Airport Authority is pleased to announce that Breeze Airways, the Seriously Nice™ low-fare airline founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, is launching four new destinations from Bradley International Airport, including nonstop service to Vero Beach, FL, and Phoenix, AZ, starting from $79* and $99* one way, respectively, and one-stop/no plane change ‘BreezeThru’ flights to Provo, UT, and San Bernardino, CA, starting from $99*.
The new routes will operate as follows on an A220 aircraft:
- Vero Beach, FL // Daily, starting February 2
- Phoenix, AZ // Thurs and Sun, starting February 9
- Provo, UT // One-stop/no plane change BreezeThru on Thurs and Sun, starting February 9
- San Bernardino, CA // One-stop/no plane change BreezeThru on Thurs and Sun, starting February 16
“Partnering with Breeze on their expansion has been transformative for Bradley International Airport,” said Kevin A. Dillon, A.A.E., Connecticut Airport Authority’s Executive Director. “Their national growth, ongoing innovation and expanding local network offer our passengers more opportunities to travel conveniently and affordably. We thank Breeze for their partnership in bringing these exciting new routes to this key market and for their continued commitment to our community.”
“Breeze is always looking for opportunities to bring our fast, efficient, and affordable air service between underserved city pairs – and Hartford to Phoenix and Vero Beach are two prime examples,” said Tom Doxey, Breeze Airways’ President. “When you add one-stop service to the west with our Seriously Nice™ product, we’re bringing affordability, convenience, and ease to our Guests in and around Hartford.”
Breeze currently serves Charleston, SC, Columbus, OH, Jacksonville, FL, Las Vegas, NV, Nashville, TN, Norfolk, VA, Pittsburgh, PA, Richmond, VA, Sarasota-Bradenton, FL, and Savannah, GA, nonstop from Bradley International Airport. The airline also offers ‘BreezeThru’ flights to New Orleans, LA, Orlando, FL, Tampa , FL, and Tulsa, AK.
*Introductory fares promotion is only available when booking a new reservation and on select routes. Supply is limited. No advance purchase requirement applies. Promotion must be purchased by October 24, 2022 (11:59 pm ET) for travel by May 16, 2023. Price, rules and routes displayed includes taxes & government fees. Prices, rules, routes, and schedules are subject to change without notice. Restrictions and blackout dates may apply.
About Breeze Airways
Breeze Airways began service in May 2021 from 16 destinations primarily in the east and southeast of the United States. One year later, it was ranked as the No. 2 U.S. best domestic airline of 2021 by Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards. In 2022, Breeze expanded west across the U.S., including coast-to-coast flights, and now offers 102 nonstop routes between 34 cities in 19 states. Founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman, Breeze operates a fleet of Embraer 190/195 and Airbus A220-300 aircraft, with a focus on providing efficient and affordable flights between secondary airports, bypassing hubs for shorter travel times. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features – including complimentary family seating – delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly. Flights are on sale at www.flybreeze.com and via the Breeze app.
About Bradley International Airport
Bradley International Airport (BDL) is New England’s second-largest airport. Recognized nationally by leading travel publications for its ease of travel, Bradley International Airport is ready to welcome you with new nonstops, expanded services and accredited COVID-19 safety measures. The award-winning airport is operated by the Connecticut Airport Authority, and its operations are entirely self-funded. The airport contributes nearly $3.6 billion to the regional economy. For more info, visit https://bradleyairport.com/.
About The Connecticut Airport Authority
The CAA was established in 2011 to develop, improve, and operate Bradley International Airport and the state’s five general aviation airports (Danielson, Groton-New London, Hartford-Brainard, Waterbury-Oxford, and Windham). The CAA Board consists of 11 members with a broad spectrum of experience in aviation-related and other industries, as well as government. The goal of the CAA is to make Connecticut’s airports more attractive to new airlines, bring in new routes, and support Connecticut’s overall economic development and growth strategy.