LDA For LFB Building Has Been Completed

CNBC Post On Breeze From February: This Is Going To Be A Serious Airline

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  • Neeleman said he’s considering about 500 city pairs but hasn’t yet settled on a network. Passengers largely would bypass large hubs to connect. Point-to-point flying is a go-to model for discount carriers including Allegiant. Breeze’s chief commercial officer Lukas Johnson worked at Allegiant for almost a decade. “He understands those markets...and if we have a plane that’s smaller with a lower trip cost, there’s a lot of opportunity,” said Neeleman.
 
  •  n addition to the 28 Embraer 195 planes, which Neeleman said Breeze will start receiving in April, Neeleman is also eyeing the possibility of international flying with Airbus A220-300s, which are scheduled to begin arriving April 2021.

 

  •  These fuel-efficient jets have the range to allow Breeze to fly to Europe from the East Coast of the U.S. and to a host of cities throughout Latin America. Neeleman said he’s considering what kind of Wi-Fi to offer for the longer A220 routes, possibly for free. That’s something JetBlue currently offers but most other airlines haven’t been able to crack that formula. For the shorter Embraer flights, passengers will likely be able to just download movies, he said

 


 

This is going to be a serious airline!!!!

Not like Direct Air

 

Comments

David Z. said…
Did I read an Allegiant connection. 🙁

Hope he doesn’t have too much input on what cities they’ll be flying from or ORH won’t stand a chance.