Breeze Airways, the U.S.’ only NLCC, or ‘Nice Low Cost Carrier,’ has announced nonstop service from Mobile to Orlando, and also one stop/no plane change BreezeThru service to Providence, RI, both starting April 10 from Mobile International Airport.

Mobile is home to Airbus’ U.S. Manufacturing Facility where the A220-300 is assembled, which Breeze will use to operate the new route.

“The addition of Breeze Airways to the Mobile International Airport is one of many advancements and upgrades to boost Mobile’s tourism and secure its placement as an incredibly desirable destination,” said David Clark, CEO of Visit Mobile. “Our organization takes pride in working alongside the City of Mobile, the Mobile Airport Authority, the Mobile Chamber of Commerce, Breeze and others to make this a reality for visitors and Mobilians.”

Fares on the new routes start from $39* one-way, if purchased by January 29 for travel by September 3, 2024.

From Mobile, AL to:

•  Orlando, (Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting April 10, from $39* one way); and

•  Providence, RI (One stop/no change of plane BreezeThru service, Wednesdays and Saturdays, starting April 10).

“Breeze is thrilled to add Mobile to our growing route map, especially as its home to our fleet of Airbus A220s, ‘Mobile’s hometown aircraft’,” said Breeze Airways Founder and CEO David Neeleman. “With BFM, Breeze now will serve 49 cities nationally.”

Recognized by Travel + Leisure readers as one of the Top 5 Best U.S. Airlines for the second consecutive year, Breeze offers guests both bundled and a la carte options known as Nice, Nicer and, on flights operated with the Airbus A220-300, Nicest.

* Fare promotion is available only when booking a new reservation. Promotion must be purchased by January 29, 2024 (11:59 pm ET), for travel through September 3, 2024. Price displayed includes taxes and government fees. Fare prices, rules, routes, and schedules are subject to change without notice. Any changes or modifications to qualifying promotional reservations will be subject to fare repricing. A difference in airfare at the current fare price may apply. Other restrictions and blackout dates may apply.