Breeze Airways will introduce nonstop service via Nashville International Airport to White Plains, New York, and one-stop service to Norfolk, Virginia, with fares starting at $39 one-way.
According to a statement, the flights will begin on November 2.
For future flights, Breeze will connect BNA to Norfolk and White Plains with service on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Westchester County Airport (White Plains) is considered a satellite (or backup) airport for the New York metropolitan area and is located approximately 20 miles north of Manhattan. Westchester County has over one million residents.
Norfolk is part of the Hampton Road region, which includes several cities and a metropolitan statistical area population of approximately 1.8 million. Norfolk International Airport is a target city for Breeze.
As the Job reported in March, Utah-based Breeze entered the Nashville market by announcing planned service connecting BNA to Akron/Canton, Ohio; Tulsa and Oklahoma City; and Hartford, Connecticut. Hartford service is active, with Canton/Akron and Tulsa flights scheduled to start in October. The status of the OKC flight is unclear.
Breeze began service in May 2021 primarily in the eastern and southeastern United States.
This year, Breeze expanded into the western United States, including coast-to-coast flights, and now offers nonstop routes between 31 cities in 19 states. Breeze uses the Airbus A220-300.
The airline was founded by David Neeleman, who previously co-founded Morris Air, WestJet, JetBlue and Azul Linhas Aereas, Airline Weekly reports.