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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). Breeze Airways operates flights with three classes Nice, Nicer, and Nicest. Nice is Economy, Nicer is Economy with extra legroom, and Nicest is equivalent to First Class with larger seats and free snacks. The airline is celebrating its second anniversary and One Mile at a Time is reporting that it will be rebranding its Nicest offering.
Breeze Airways flies a fleet of Embraer E190, E195, and Airbus A220-300 planes. A lot of the airline’s strategy is built on the A220 and its fuel efficiency, range, and capacity. The A220-300 is the only jet that offers a premium cabin and these sections have between 12 and 36 premium seats.
These have been called “Nicest,” but will be rebranded to Ascent in the near future. These seats feature 39 inches of pitch, 20.5 inches of width, and are in a 2-2 configuration with footrests, free snacks and drinks, and in-seat power outlets. The video above outlines the experience.
Breeze Airways’ President had this to say about the rebrand:
Our logo features a checkmark known as the ‘ascent’ and is a depiction of a plane ascending into the sky, so it made sense for us to name our most elevated onboard experience ‘Breeze Ascent.’ We are creating a new standard for what it means to ‘fly up front’ with comfortable, premium seating and complimentary snacks and beverages at an affordable price.”
Anthony’s Take: Breeze Airways serves limited markets, but continues to expand. I enjoyed my flight in what was Nicest class and will fly the airline again if schedule and price make sense. The front seats were comfortable and made for a pleasant journey.
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