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New nonstop destinations coming to Akron-Canton Airport as Breeze Airway debuts

James Stephens


As travel is resuming, Breeze Airway debuts its nonstop flights in Akron-Canton Airport (CAK). The “Seriously Nice” airline announces three destinations from CAK: Charleston, New Orleans, and Tampa, which will begin to fly on June 26, 2021. These nonstop routes will be available year-round.

The people of Northeast Ohio can enjoy Breeze Airway’s pleasant service at ultra-low fare with a new age of airline, focusing on customer satisfaction through service and technology.

“Breeze Airway’s entry into the Akron-Canton Airport is a fantastic outcome of community support. This exciting partnership is the culmination of long-time passenger traffic, history of air service, public and private sponsorship, and the airport’s dedication to airline success,” said President and CEO of the Akron-Canton Airport, Ren Camacho. “Breeze’s core values align perfectly with ours; anticipate this partnership to reflect innovative, customer-focused service with friendly, convenient service from the start to finish of any trip.”

Besides CAK, Breeze Airway also announces nonstop flights in other 15 airports across the nation. These route options will be a great start to revive the travel industry that has been slowing due to the pandemic.

“Together, we created Breeze as a new airline merging technology with kindness,” said Breeze Airways’ CEO, David Neeleman. “Breeze provides nonstop service between underserved routes across the U.S. at affordable fares. A staggering 95 percent of Breeze routes currently have no airline serving them nonstop. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly.”

Before Breeze’s addition, CAK already has eight nonstop destinations. Six of the routes are year-round: Chicago, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Orlando, Washington Dulles, and Washington D.C. Two other routes are seasonal, with destinations to Ft. Myers and Myrtle Beach.

“We and our partners in Northeast Ohio welcome Breeze Airways’ entry into CAK, which attracts a growing, innovative airline and nonstop service to three markets that are highly attractive for both business and leisure travel,” said J.P. Nauseef, President and CEO of JobsOhio. “Breeze Airways’ decision to introduce this service is a result of close collaboration and demonstrates the attractiveness of CAK as one of the nation’s outstanding airports.”

For more information on routes, schedule, and CAK’s response to Covid-19, check the airport’s website at akroncantonairport.com.

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