Breeze Announces 10 More A220s, 50th Destination, New Uniforms – Airways | Airlines

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DALLAS — Breeze Airways (MX) made several noteworthy announcements today, including converting purchase rights options for ten Airbus A220-300s. With the conversion, the airline’s fixed orders total 90 Airbus A220-300s, with 30 options left, setting up MX as one of the world’s top three A220 customers.

Breeze also anticipates exercising all the remaining options for the type, highlighting its strong partnership with Airbus. MX is happy with the performance of the A220, as it perfectly suits its network and allows for long flights in a wide cabin.

David Neeleman, Breeze Airways’ Founder and CEO, highlighted the A220’s cabin reconfiguration capabilities. The aircraft allows the airline to install premium seating configurations easily and efficiently. Secondly, the A220 has enabled Breeze to fly long distances, such as Providence from Los Angeles. The airline also confirmed its interest in international connections, which will likely start with international charters. Finally, the A220 has allowed for short runway operation, expanding the airline’s portfolio of airports.

The options were exercised to secure a timely delivery, as the airline’s finances are in good condition. The airline anticipates a profitable 2024 and hopes to expand with more routes from airports such as Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).

Breeze entered service in May 2021 with an E190 and E195 fleet and announced a complete transition to a full A220 fleet by the end of the year. David Neeleman said that the Embraer jets will be used for charter connections, focusing on sports teams. Today, the MX fleet includes 22 A220s, with ten more joining by 2024, serving close to 200 routes.

Breeze’s A220-300. Photo: Micheal Rodeback/Airways

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“Breeze’s business model is to bring air service to underserved markets across the U.S., so the vast majority of our routes have no nonstop competition,” said…

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