Breeze Airways, the 3-year old U.S.-based carrier founded by serial airline entrepreneur David Neeleman, will start two new flights out of San Francisco next month.
On 4 August, inaugural flight MX603 will hit the skies in Provo, Utah (airport code PVU) at 08:30, landing in San Francisco (SFO) at around 09:35. Then, after a quick 35-minute stopover, MX603 will continue from San Francisco to San Bernardino (SBD), scheduled to leave at 10:10, and land at 11:40.
For the return, MX602 will depart from San Bernardino at 13:55 and arrive in San Francisco at 15:25. Again, following a 35-minute layover, the same plane will take flight at 16:00, expected to land in Provo at 18:50.
Provo is well-known for being the location of Brigham Young University and the eponymous Provo Canyon, as well as the home of the most famous waterfalls in Utah, Bridal Veil Falls. Although I haven’t been to Provo, I have made a brief stop in the other new Breeze Airways destination, San Bernardino–
However, San Bernardino is much more of a place to go for outdoors activities, such as by nearby Lake Arrowhead, or Joshua Tree National Park.
Have you ever flown with Breeze Airways?