Breeze launches West Palm Beach, Frontier returns to Fort Lauderdale and other commercial aviation news

Today, Breeze Airways begins nonstop service from West Palm Beach to Akron/Canton, Charleston SC, Columbus, New Orleans, Norfolk, and Richmond. Breeze Airways which is the creation of JetBlue and Azul founder David Neeleman (a self-described fan of Governor DeSantis) has a focus city in Tampa. West Palm Beach is the second destination in Florida for the airline.

This week, Frontier returned to Fort Lauderdale, resuming nonstop service to Islip and Trenton for the first time since COVID-19 hit in March 2020. Frontier also began new nonstop service to Albany, Atlanta, Buffalo, Green Bay, Newburgh, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, ME Providence and Rochester.

Allegiant is adding Fort Lauderdale-Appleton & Sioux Falls, St Petersburg-Akron/Canton, Key West- Indianapolis & Pittsburgh nonstops this fall.

Spirit is adding new nonstops from Orlando to Rochester NY in June.

Aeromexico is cutting Orlando-Monterrey nonstops this summer.

Eastern Airlines is cutting Miami-Asuncion/Belo Horizonte/Montevideo/Santa Cruz nonstops for the foreseeable future. As has been typical the last two years, the latest airline to take the name of the famous Eastern starts and stops routes without little notice.

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