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I flew on JetBlue founder David Neeleman's new airline, Breeze Airways, and saw how easy it is to have a great experience for dirt cheap


I flew on JetBlue founder David Neeleman's new airline, Breeze Airways, and saw how easy it is to have a great experience for dirt cheap

The inaugural flight of David Neeleman's Breeze Airways.
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David Neeleman's Breeze Airways is an ultra-low-cost carrier that's directly the opposite of his famed JetBlue Airways.




Flyers pay low fares but are then enticed to spend more on extras like baggage and seat assignments.




Avoiding extra fees on Breeze is quite easy, as I found when taking two flights on the airline.




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Flying during the summer of vaccinated travel doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. David Neeleman, the founder of JetBlue Airways and four other airlines, just launched Breeze Airways with 39 new low-cost leisure routes across the US launching this summer. Breeze's value proposition comes from offering cheap flights between cities with little to no direct air connectivity and fares start at $39 for even its longest flights. But extra fees for add-ons like checked baggage and seat assignments can quickly increase the final bill, defeating the purpose of booking with an ultra-low-cost carrier in the first place. 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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