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The founder of JetBlue is finally launching his new airline this month with 39 routes and $39 fares - but it won't be JetBlue 2.0

The founder of JetBlue is finally launching his new airline this month with 39 routes and $39 fares - but it won't be JetBlue 2.0

David Neeleman with a Breeze Airways Embraer E190 aircraft.
Breeze Airways




Breeze Airways is finally taking to the skies with its first flight scheduled for May 27.




The airline's bases will be in Tampa, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Norfolk, Virginia; and Charleston, South Carolina.




Flights will be mostly bare bones with Breeze charging extra for baggage and seat assignments.




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America has yet another brand new airline.JetBlue founder David Neeleman has taken the wraps off of his fifth airline venture after more than a year of waiting since it was first announced. Breeze Airways will finally start flights on May 27 and aims to put a "seriously nice" and tech-focused spin on ultra-low-cost flying just in time for the summer travel season.The first flight will depart from Tampa, Florida bound for Charleston, South Carolina, and continue on to Hartford, Connecticut. It's the first of 39 routes that Breeze will launch between May 27 and July 22, connecting underserved cities throughout the US with non-stop flights to the places leisure travelers want to be. Read More: JetBlue founder David Neeleman reveals how his new airline can succeed by flying weird routes for low prices
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