The start-up airline Breeze Airways has announced that it would launch a new non-stop service to Rhode Island this spring, departing from Denver International Airport.
Additionally, Breeze is beginning flights from Grand Junction, Colorado, to Orange County-Santa Ana on February 2 and to San Francisco on May 2.
If purchased before January 29th for travel before September 3rd, one-way fares between DIA and the TF Green Rhode Island International Airport near Providence start at $99 dollars. The new Denver route, according to Breeze officials, will be “seasonal,” starting on May 16 and operating on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Breeze is an aircraft operator of Embraer 190/195 and Airbus A220-300.
This week, DIA authorities have announced a second nonstop route, and they are also promoting an Aer Lingus trip to Dublin, Ireland. London, Paris, Zurich, Reykjavik, Iceland, Munich, Frankfurt, Tokyo, and twelve destinations in Mexico and Central America are among the other locations that DIA tourists may reach nonstop.
Launched in May 2021, Breeze has over 150 nonstop services connecting 47 cities throughout 27 states. The company’s flights between secondary airports are designed to minimize travel times by avoiding hubs.