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Breeze Airways is discontinuing service from Tulsa International Airport (TUL) this November. The two cities still served from there, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) and Orlando International Airport (MCO) will end then.
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).
Tulsa will be the fourth city that Breeze Airways has stopped serving with Nashville International Airport (BNA), Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers World Airport (OKC), and San Antonio International Airport (SAT). It seems like demand was not strong enough to maintain these routes. With Breeze operating on a point-to-point model versus a hub-and-spoke model, it can easily add other routes to these airports in the future.
Anthony’s Take: Breeze Airways seems to frequently change and optimize its route network. Even though it’s ceasing service to Tulsa at present, that does not mean it will not serve the city in the future.
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