Breeze Airways to launch service from Jacksonville to Raleigh-Durham

The airline says it will offer 10 destinations from JIA in 2023.

  • By Monty Zickuhr
  • | 10:43 a.m. December 7, 2022
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Breeze Airways announced Dec. 7 it will begin nonstop service from Jacksonville International Airport to Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, in May.

The service to Raleigh-Durham International Airport begins May 18 with flights on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday.

The airline said it is offering fares as low as $39 one-way if purchased by Dec. 13.

Salt Lake City-based Breeze, which says it offers affordable flights between underserved airports, began service in Jacksonville in March.

“Along with our existing and returning routes, we now offer 10 destinations from JAX,” said Breeze President Tom Doxey said in a news release.

Breeze, also announced returning service for 2023:

Starting May 18:

Norfolk, Virginia (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday).

Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday).

Richmond, Virginia (Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday).

Starting May 19:

Columbus, Ohio (Friday and Monday). 

Providence, Rhode Island (Thursday and Sunday).

Hartford, Connecticut (Friday and Monday).

Islip/Long Island, New York (Friday, Saturday and Monday).

Breeze also offers nonstop service from Jacksonville to Las Vegas, New Orleans and Westchester County near New York City.

“In less than one year, Breeze Airways has added a considerable number of new nonstop flights to some of our largest unserved markets,” Jacksonville Aviation Authority CEO Mark VanLoh said in the release. “Today’s announcement means much-needed service to Raleigh-Durham and the welcome return of flights to several cities.”      

Breeze said it now offers 119 nonstop routes between 35 cities in 20 states.



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