Breeze Airways add flights from Provo to Orange County and Orlando
PROVO, Utah — Disney lovers now have another travel option out of Provo as Breeze Airways introduced a new nonstop flight from Provo to Orange County, California, and a one-stop flight from Provo to Orlando.
Breeze will start the flights to Orange County’s John Wayne Airport and Orlando International Airport on Feb. 16.
Tickets will start at $49 for Orange County flights and $139 for Orlando flights through May 16. Breeze said these promotional airfares are available for purchase through Nov. 15.
“The addition of Orange County today marks our 34th destination nationally — and seventh from Provo — as well as our 100th nonstop route overall,” said Tom Doxey, Breeze Airways president. “I can’t think of a better way to commemorate this milestone than for the ‘nicest airline’ to connect two of the ‘happiest places on Earth’ while also giving our Provo guests an epic daytrip option from their house to the ‘house of the mouse’ in Orange County.”
Flying out of Provo
Breeze Airways opened its Provo operations with daily flights to Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles and one-stop flights to New York/Westchester and San Bernadino, California.
Breeze has since added flights to Connecticut and South Carolina and will begin flying to Phoenix on Nov. 19.
Breeze was the second airline to serve Provo, joining Allegiant Air, which plans to open a four-aircraft, $95 million base at the airport later this month.
Allegiant began flying out of Provo in 2013 and currently offers 15 routes to destinations in California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Texas and Florida.
Provo recently opened its new $55 million terminal, which features four gates with the possibility of expanding to 10 gates in the future.
“The forward-looking terminal design not only provides more gates and destinations; it is designed to enhance the travel experience from curb to flight,” said Brian Torgersen, interim Provo Airport manager. “Quick gate access and short lines reduce travel hassle; additions of baggage carousels, jetway and rental cars increase travel convenience.”
“Economic momentum continues to transform Provo to better meet the needs of our growing community,” said Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi. “Provo City is proud to be able to ‘welcome home’ many more travelers in the future.”
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