Breeze Airways has just launched a new credit card and new routes – as well as flights for just $49 for a limited time.

by Alice

Breeze Airways has unveiled its inaugural branded credit card, alongside the introduction of five additional cities to its flight network, as part of its ambitious expansion strategy, just three years since its inception.

The Breeze Easy Visa Signature card, offered in partnership with Barclays US Consumer Bank, features an $89 annual fee and an array of benefits. These perks include earning up to 10 times BreezePoints on Breeze purchases, priority boarding privileges, and complimentary in-flight Wi-Fi for passengers traveling on the airline’s Airbus fleet. This move aligns with Breeze’s recent commitment to operating an all-Airbus A220 fleet for its scheduled services by the end of 2024. Moreover, new cardholders can enjoy an introductory sign-up bonus of 50,000 BreezePoints after spending $2,000 within the first 90 days.


David Neeleman, Founder and CEO of Breeze Airways, expressed confidence in the partnership with Barclays US Consumer Bank, stating that the Breeze Easy Visa is poised to become the preferred airline card for Breeze guests and frequent travelers.


In tandem with the credit card launch, the rapidly expanding airline has announced plans to commence flights to five new cities come October: Bangor, Maine; Dallas, Texas; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Lansing, Michigan; and Pensacola, Florida. Breeze Airways’ President, Tom Doxey, highlighted the company’s commitment to enhancing its network connectivity and accessibility, citing the convenience and affordability that Breeze brings to travelers across the country.


These new routes will connect travelers from Bangor to destinations such as Orlando, Tampa, and Fort Myers in Florida; Dallas to Provo/Salt Lake City; Lancaster to Orlando; Lansing to Orlando and Fort Myers; and Pensacola to Tampa.

Furthermore, Breeze will introduce several new routes from nine existing cities, including a new October service from Norfolk, Virginia, to Phoenix. With these expansions, the airline, founded in 2021 by former JetBlue founder and current Breeze CEO Neeleman, will serve a total of 56 cities across 29 states.

To mark the occasion, Breeze is offering select flights starting at just $49 each way for bookings made by 11:59 p.m. ET on April 1, with travel valid until January 7, 2025.



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