Breeze Airways Adds Five New Routes From Tampa and New Orleans

by Anthony Losanno
Breeze Plane

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Breeze Airways is launching new routes from both Tampa International Airport (TPA) and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). Tampa will see three new flights, bringing its total number of destinations served by Breeze to 14 and New Orleans will get two new routes, which gets it to 13 destinations served.

If you’re not familiar, Breeze Airways is a low-cost airline that offers point-to-point flights to underserved markets across the United States using a fleet of modern Airbus A220 aircraft. I flew Breeze Airways to Las Vegas and enjoyed my flight, overall (you can read the full review here).


New routes from Tampa International Airport (TPA) include:

  • West Virginia International Yeager Airport (CRW)
  • John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH)
  • Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)

New Orleans

New additions from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) include:

  • Orlando International Airport (MCO)
  • Tulsa International Airport (TUL)

The new flights from Tampa launch in October while those from New Orleans start flying in September. All routes will be served with an Airbus A220.

Anthony’s Flight: I’ll be back in Tampa this winter. While these destinations might not be the most exciting to me, having more nonstop flights is always a good thing.

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