JetBlue founder’s newest airline, Breeze Airways, set to launch this year
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JetBlue founder David Neeleman’s newest venture is set to launch this year.
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Breeze Airways, Neeleman’s fifth airline, was scheduled to begin operations at the end of 2020 but was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the delay, the Salt Lake City, Utah-based company says on its website, that it will still launch, just a little later than initially expected.
“Welcome to Breeze Airways, a new airline scheduled for take off in 2021!” the company website says. “We are a group of aviation experts and fanatics, working day and night to build something brand new and really special for guests."
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Like Neeleman’s other four airlines, Breeze Airways will be a budget airline with a focus on making sure customers have a good experience, according to a previous report from travel industry news website Skift.