Breeze Airways is adding to its growing connections from Charleston International airport with four new destinations, including the region’s first direct connection to San Francisco.
The airline’s new routes include three weekly flights to San Francisco International Airport and Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport and twice weekly flights to Syracuse Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, N.Y., and Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, Fla.. The announcement was made at a news conference attended by Gov. Henry McMaster and leaders from Breeze, CHS and Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
“This is a major milestone in delivering low cost, non-stop air service to some of the nation’s most popular West Coast cities,” airport Director and CEO Elliott Summey said. “Charleston is the only airport in South Carolina offering direct service to the West Coast, and Breeze’s new A220 aircraft will offer passengers a unique travel experience.”
With the new destinations, Breeze’s total cities served from Charleston rises to 17. The airline launched in Charleston in May of 2021 with 11 original flights. In December, Breeze added routes to New York’s Long Island MacArthur Airport and Palm Beach International Airport. (Credit: Charleston Regional Business Journal)
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