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Breeze Airways ‘Bundle Up’ Promotion: Upgrade to First Class for $5 More

Bookings must be made before November 24

by Fergus Cole

November 3, 2022

Photo: Courtesy of Pratt & Whitney

Low-cost airline Breeze Airways has launched a new promotion called ‘Bundle Up,’ allowing passengers to upgrade their seats for a minimal cost.

From November 1, and for a limited time only, Breeze Airways passengers can use the promotion to upgrade to a ‘Nicest’ seat on any flight on a brand-new Airbus A220-300 for just $5 more than a ‘Nicer’ seat.

Breeze offers three classes on its cabins: Nice, Nicer, and Nicest. With Nice, passengers are treated to a standard economy seat, while Nicer seats have extra legroom and allow for a carry-on bag, one checked bag, a drink and snack, and priority boarding. With Nicest, however, passengers get all of this plus an even bigger First Class seat and two checked bags.

Breeze Airways’ Nicest seats on its A220s have a pitch of 39 inches and a width of 20.5 inches. They also include features such as a footrest that can’t be found in the other classes.

Photo: Courtesy of Breeze Airways

However, those wishing to take advantage of this offer must quickly snap up the $5 Nicest Bundle Up promotional offer, which can be used on any flight on eligible routes between November 1, 2022, and May 16, 2023. However, it must be booked before midnight on November 24. In addition, it is only available on flights operated by the airline’s Airbus A220-300, and not on the Embraer E190s.

“Just as you can layer on coats, hats, and scarves for the winter, our model allows Guests to add on options or select an all-inclusive bundle that best meets their needs,” said Tom Doxey, President at Breeze Airways. “The Nicest bundle is available exclusively on our brand-new Airbus A220 aircraft and is in a class of its own, providing a comfortable and affordable experience on both long and short trips.”

Breeze Airways is a relatively new airline, founded in 2018 by entrepreneur David Neeleman who has co-founded other major airlines, including JetBlue and WestJet.

It began operating flights in May 2021, initially from just 16 destinations across the east and southeast of the United States. The airline has since expanded to offer 104 nonstop routes between 33 destinations across 19 states just a year after operations.

Breeze Airways has quickly gained a reputation as a no-frills, budget airline, with an easy booking process and no change or cancellation fees up to 15 minutes before departure. Families can also be seated together at no extra charge, and passengers can get up to 24 months of reusable flight credit.

Breeze’s fleet consists of 15 Embraer 190s and nine A220-300 jets. Its fleet will continue to grow, with the carrier ordering 80 new A220-300s and the option to secure 40 more.