Breeze Airways Adds Two New Routes to Florida

by Anthony Losanno
Breeze Airways Plane

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Breeze Airways is launching two new routes from Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport (SPI) in Springfield, IL. Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Tampa International Airport (TPA) will soon see twice weekly service.

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).

Springfield Illinois

Breeze Airways flying from Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport (SPI) brings the number of airlines serving Illinois’ capitol city to three. Allegiant Air flies to Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) 2x to 3x weekly on an Airbus A320. American Airlines has a daily American Eagle flight (operated by Wisconsin Air) daily to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD).

Breeze Springfield

Breeze’s new flights will begin on December 1st to Orlando International Airport (MCO) and December 4th to Tampa International Airport (TPA). Both will operate 2x weekly on an Airbus A220-300.

Anthony’s Take: I cannot get over how many new routes are being flown into Tampa this winter. I’m excited for all of the domestic and international choices that I’ll have while living there.

(Featured Image Credit: Breeze Airways.)

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