Breeze Airways and Avelo Airlines expected to expand this winter

Big moves are happening this week in low-cost carrier country, with Breeze Airways and Avelo Airlines announcing plans to expand in one form or another.

For Breeze, it is opening new routes from 15 airports, including two new cities over the winter, while Avelo said it will open a new crew base and begin service on two new routes this week.

With airlines reporting third quarter earnings over the past few weeks, it’s clear travel demand has been strong through 2022, and most executives said on their earnings calls that they expect travelers to continue moving for the foreseeable future, even in traditionally slower times. 


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The Breeze and Avelo plans position both airlines to capture some of that demand.

Here’s what’s coming.

Breeze Airways expansion plans

In February and March, Breeze will launch 15 new routes, including the introduction of service to Cincinnati, Ohio, and Vero Beach, Florida.

“Breeze provides fast, efficient and affordable air service between underserved city pairs,” Breeze Airways President Tom Doxey said in a statement. “We are excited to introduce two new cities to our national route network, as we add routes from 15 cities.”

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Vero Beach will see nonstop flights from Hartford, Connecticut on Thursdays and Saturdays starting February 2 and from White Plains, New York on Fridays and Mondays starting February 3.

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