Breeze Airways Launches Three Routes From Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

by Anthony Losanno
Breeze Plane

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A few days ago, I wrote about Spirit Airlines suspending service to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT). This small airport has actually been getting a fair amount of press as Avelo Airlines (more here) and Sun Country (more here) have both recently added flights. Now, Breeze Airways is entering the airport with a trio of new routes.

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 recently flew Breeze Airways for a second time and loved the experience (you can read the full review here). Travel & Leisure named it as one of the five best US airlines for the second consecutive year in 2023. Breeze serves 50 cities in 27 states.

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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) will see new flights to/from Charleston International Airport (CHS), Orlando International Airport (MCO), and Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). All three routes will operate 2x weekly with Charleston and Orlando starting on June 14th, while service to Fort Myers will begin on October 2nd.

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Anthony’s Take: I tried Breeze Airways for the second time recently and can’t say enough good things. I wish Breeze had more routes from Tampa or Chicago and I would fly them more.

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