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John Wayne Airport to Welcome Breeze Airways Starting in February

Customer friendly perks and nonstop transcontinental flights make travel look like a Breeze.

Starting on February 16, travellers out of John Wayne Airport can catch nonstop flights to Orlando Florida and Provo, Utah when service by Breeze AIrways begins.

The airline, based in Provo Utah and founded by David Neeleman began flights in March 2021, offering affordable nonstop flights between underserved destinations. With the addition of John Wayne, Breeze AIrways now has thirty-four destinations and 100 nonstop flights.

The budget airline offers many customer friendly benefits as well. They do not charge change or cancellation fees, and offer free family-assigned seating.

Nonstop daily service from John Wayne along the Provo to Orange County / Orange County to Orlando routes broadens the transcontinental offerings from the Orange County airport. Initial fares will cost customers $49 one way from John Wayne Airport to Provo. The direct flight to Orlando one way will cost $119. An introductory rate which ends on November 15 for travel up to May 16.

Still, Breeze Airways is looking to expand in 2023 by seeking out high demand destinations with little or no service and by filling travel gaps left by regional airlines discontinuing certain destinations.

As the growth for Breeze Airways continues, John Wayne AIrport is poised to service more nonstop transcontinental flights provided that more landing slots become available to the airline.

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