Breeze Airways Plans Its First International Destination

by Anthony Losanno
Breeze Airways

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Breeze Airways is a low-cost airline that generally offers point-to-point flights to underserved destinations across the United States. I flew Breeze Airways to Las Vegas and had a pleasant experience, overall (you can read the full review here). Until now, Breeze Airways has only flown domestic flights, but the airline just applied to the Department of Transportation (DOT) for its first international route.

Los Cabos

Breeze will be headed south of the border to San Jose del Cabo International Airport (SJD). Breeze will operate the flight once weekly from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) starting in November. I’m glad to see that Breeze continues to expand, but it’s about to enter a very crowded market with this route.

American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines already offer this route daily. Alaska Airlines flies it twice daily and Spirit Airlines has it on a twice weekly schedule. DOT approval is required, but there is no indication that this will not be green-lit.

Anthony’s Take: Breeze Airways offers decent service and an ever-growing route network. It will be interesting to see how it fares with this route. I think it will be a struggle based on competition and lack of frequency. Hopefully, it will drive down prices once it starts flying.

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