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I recently flew Breeze Airways from Tampa International Airport (TPA) to Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas (LAS) with a brief stop (what Breeze calls a “BreezeThrough” at Huntsville International Airport (HSV). You can read my full review here. We sat in “Nicest Class,” which is essentially domestic first class and the trip was fine. We were delayed, but the service and plane did the job.
As reported by One Mile at a Time, Breeze Airways just announced that it is beginning service between Charleston, West Virginia and Charleston, South Carolina. I imagine this will lead to some almost Abbott & Costello-like moments with the dialogue going something like this:
Agent: “Where are you headed today?”
Agent: “We’re in Charleston, what’s your destination?”
Who’s on first, What’s on second, I Don’t Know is on third, and all passengers on this route will fly to and from Charleston.
The flights between West Virginia International Yeager Airport (CRW) and Charleston International Airport (CHS) will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays beginning on May 31st.
Anthony’s Take: Breeze Airways adds options to many smaller airports that lack choice in flights. If I lived where they flew year round (they don’t fly to Chicago), I would consider flying them again and likely will when I return to spend winters in Tampa in the future.
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