Breeze to launch 3 routes from new city in New Hampshire

Breeze Airways Expands Route Map to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

Breeze Airways, a low-cost carrier based in Salt Lake City, continues to expand its route map with the addition of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) in New Hampshire. The airline announced plans to launch service from Manchester to three nonstop leisure destinations in the Southeast, with one-stop service to a fourth destination, over the course of 2024.

This move comes as Breeze marks its 51st city served since commencing operations in 2021. Just last week, the airline added Coastal Carolina Regional Airport (EWN) in New Bern, North Carolina, as its 50th city. With the addition of Manchester, Breeze strengthens its presence in the New England region.

New Routes from Manchester

Breeze’s new routes from Manchester include nonstop service to Charleston International Airport (CHS) in South Carolina and Orlando International Airport (MCO). The nonstop service to Charleston will operate seasonally on Mondays and Fridays starting June 14, just in time for the summer travel season. The route to Orlando will also commence on June 14, operating on the same days.

In addition to these nonstop routes, Breeze will offer one-stop service to Tampa International Airport (TPA). Passengers traveling on the MHT-TPA route will make a stop in Charleston without changing planes. Those continuing on to Tampa will remain on the aircraft, while passengers with Charleston as their final destination will deplane.

The new routes from Manchester demonstrate Breeze’s commitment to providing convenient and affordable travel options for leisure travelers in the region. The airline will operate these routes using its Airbus A220-300 aircraft, which will eventually become the sole jet in its fleet.

Shifting Service Options in Manchester

The addition of Breeze Airways to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport offers travelers in the region a new airline option. The airport, located about 55 miles from Boston Logan International Airport, has seen a decline in service in recent years, with airlines offering about 27% fewer seats during the second quarter of 2024 compared to 2019.

Notably, the airport is no longer served by Delta Air Lines but has gained increased service from low-cost carriers like Avelo Airlines and Spirit Airlines. In addition to these carriers, Manchester is also served by American Airlines, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines, providing passengers with a variety of options for domestic travel.

Breeze’s presence in New England extends beyond Manchester, with operating bases at Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut, and Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport in Providence. The airline’s expansion into Manchester further solidifies its position in the region and demonstrates its commitment to providing affordable and convenient travel options for passengers.

In conclusion, Breeze Airways’ addition of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to its route map reflects the airline’s continued growth and expansion in the U.S. market. By offering new routes to popular leisure destinations in the Southeast, Breeze is providing travelers in New Hampshire and the surrounding region with more options for affordable and convenient air travel. As the airline continues to expand its route network and fleet, passengers can expect even more opportunities to explore new destinations with Breeze Airways.

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