Ends Today: Breeze Flights For Just $29, Upgrade To Nicer Fare For $22!

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David Neeleman is the most prolific airline creator of our times.

He co-founded Morris Air in the 80s and sold it to Southwest after less than a decade for $130 million. He co-founded Canada’s Westjet in the mid-90s and today it is Canada’s second largest airline. He founded NewAir in the late 90s which was re-branded as JetBlue before its first flights in 2000.

After being forced out from JetBlue due to a JetBlue operational meltdown during an ice storm in 2007 he went on to launch Azul Airlines in Brazil and he helped save Portugal’s TAP.

Breeze Airways launched last year, and Mr. Neeleman calls it an airline merging technology with kindness. He says it will be the nicest airline in the world with friendly policies and employees. He is trying to take a page out of the Jeff Bezos playbook, who says that Amazon strives to be Earth’s most customer-centric company. Whether that can be duplicated in an airline remains an open question.

You can download the Breeze app for iOS or Android, signup for an account, and instantly get 500 BreezePoints, worth $5 for airfare.

Here is the Breeze route map:

Ending today, you can purchase the base “Nice Fare” for most flights systemwide for travel through 2/28 for just $29.

Also ending today, you can select the “Nicer fare” for flights through 5/2 for an additional $22.


“Guests can change or cancel a flight up to 15 minutes before scheduled departure without penalty. Unused funds from changes and cancellations are automatically saved in the Guest’s Breeze account and do not expire for 24 months.”

Breeze currently flies E-190 jets with 108 seats and E195 aircraft with 118 seats. All Embraer aircraft will be a two-by-two seat configuration, so there are no middle seats.

Later this year they will start flying brand new Airbus A220 aircraft, ramping up to a fleet of 60 A220s over 5 years. The A220s will include 36 premium cabin seats, called ‘Nicest’ seating, in a two-by-two configuration at the front of the plane. It will also have 10 “Nicer” extra legroom seats and 80 “nice” seats in a two-by-three seat configuration.

Have you flown Breeze?

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22 Comments On "Ends Today: Breeze Flights For Just $29, Upgrade To Nicer Fare For $22!"

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they dont fly from NYC three big airports nor phil nor in CA so forget it


Agreed. This airline was only created for YOU, and it doesn’t work for YOU, so we should shutter it now


correct anybody outside of NY/NJ and CA dont count


No direct flights from JFK to Miami International? Don’t waste our time.


But if you would live in San Antonio this would be the airline for you

reb yid

No it wouldn’t, because even from San Antonio it only flies to Nowheresville. In fact, the choice of destinations from ISP is better.


It’s annoying that it doesn’t come up yet on ultimate rewards as I would love to use it.
Anyway to know how to get UR to start selling it?


Terrible website. Not user friendly. You must know multiple airline codes to figure out where an originting flight goes.


No-one in brooklyn is flying out of ISLIP its like 2 hour drive now from Brooklyn! stop promoting this stuff!


News Flash! There is alien life outside of Brooklyn!


No, you missed the point. If someone who lives in Brooklyn (most Yidden) has to pay for a cab for the 2 hour trip to Islip (and on his return trip), he will end up paying more in total for his trip, than had he just gone locally to JFK or LAG and taken any mainstream airline direct. In other words, for those living in Brooklyn, Breeze airlines makes no economical sense.


You are saying something different than the OP. And most Yidden? Lol.


You, sir, are the root cause of antisemitism.


Oh come on.


I love Islip! The longer drive is more than offset by the easy and cheap (or free) parking, and the shorter TSA lines, so the time isn’t a real factor. Its less than an hour from Queens and less than an hour and a half from Boro Park. Also the LIRR is an option with a short (~$5) cab ride.

Frequent Whiner

Huntsville Alabama has always been on my bucket list. In for 6. Thanks!


Really? Anything interesting there other than the Space Center?


This is great news for Dan because he’s in Cleveland so he can use either the Columbus or Akron and fly practicly anywhere, like Charleston, for example.


To Dan why don’t you post deals on domestic flights or is there a better sight to find cheap domestic flights.