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Low-cost airline to add new non-stop service from local airport

Breeze Airways has added an additional destination to its nonstop service from Norfolk International Airport (Courtesy of Pratt & Whitney, A Raytheon Technologies Company)

NORFOLK – Low-cost airline Breeze Airways has announced a new non-stop route from Norfolk International Airport (ORF).

Beginning June 30, Breeze Airways will begin offering nonstop flights between ORF and Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, NY. These flights will operate on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays of each week . Ticket prices start at just $49 (one way).

Breeze Airways was launched in 2021 by founder and CEO David Neeleman, whom the airline describes as “a serial airline entrepreneur”. He also launched other airline startups, including JetBlue, Azul, Westjet and Morris Air (which was later sold to Southwest Airlines). The company describes its service as combining friendliness and technology at affordable rates. Additionally, it focuses on what it sees as underserved flight routes along the US East Coast through the Midwest.

The airline prides itself on affordable fares while offering customers various seat options (including first class), no change or cancellation fees and up to 24 months of reusable flight credit.

Locally, Breeze Airways offers service to both ORF and Richmond International Airport (RIC). The airports offer flights to the following destinations:

Destination ORF RIC
Charleston (SC)
Columbus, Ohio)
Hartford, Conn.
Jacksonville, Florida
Las Vegas (Nevada)
Long Island/Islip (New York)
Los Angeles (California)
Louisville (Ky.)
New Orleans (La.)
Pittsburgh (Penn.)
Providence (RI)
San Francisco (California)
Savannah (Ga.)
Tampa (Florida)
West Palm Beach (Florida)
Westchester (NY)

To learn more about Breeze Airways or to book your flight, please visit the airline’s website.