Breeze Airways To Temporarily Pause Direct Flights Between Disney World and Disneyland
Breeze Airways has created a niche for itself by offering affordable flights to leisure destinations.
Earlier this year, the airline introduced direct flights from John Wayne Airport to Orlando International Airport, a flight that allows travelers to fly from Disneyland to Walt Disney World.
The route was a popular one for Disney super-fans, who got the opportunity to travel from one of the most magical places in the country to the other.
Breeze Airways Pausing Flights
While the route has been popular, Breeze Airways announced that it will be temporarily pausing flights on the route from October 3 to February 14, 2024.
The budget airline had initially planned the temporarily pause the route from November 14 until February 14.
After John Wayne Airport asked all carriers “to temporarily reduce their capacity through the end of the year,” the company decided to move the pause up.
Because the temporary pause will occur earlier than the company originally planned, guests who booked a seat on those flights will receive a full refund.
The Disney World To Disneyland Route Will Return
Once the route returns, Breezeway officials expect it to remain available through the summer of 2024 and potentially into the fall.
“We’re a leisure-focused airline so some of our schedules are planned around summer, school vacations or other major holidays,” officials told KTLA.
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