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I flew on Breeze, the 'tech company that happens to fly airplanes' from JetBlue founder David Neeleman, and found it surprisingly low-tech

I flew on Breeze, the 'tech company that happens to fly airplanes' from JetBlue founder David Neeleman, and found it surprisingly low-tech

Breeze Airways launched its first flights in May.
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Breeze Airways founder David Neeleman billed his airline as a "tech company" but I found the opposite.




In-flight entertainment was touted but not offered on the first flights, and will come with new planes.




Breeze also doesn't have a phone number and requires customers to send a text message or email.




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Breeze Airways is America's newest airline and is taking the US by storm with 39 new low-cost leisure routes across 16 cities. It's the brainchild of iconic aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman of JetBlue Airways fame, as well as four other airlines in the US, Canada, and Brazil. Leisure flying is Breeze's bread and butter, and it just happens to be all the rage as pandemic-weary travelers seek to finally take a vacation or visit family and family. Ultra-low-cost airlines are trying to capture the market with low fares, as a result, and Breeze is no different. Introductory fares are still being sold for as little as $39, and for that price, an airline would be forgiven for not offering as many amenities as say, well, JetBlue.Read More: How JetBlue's founder plans to offer low prices without a low-end experience on his newest airline, Breeze
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