If you like park hopping and split-stays, we may have just the announcement for you! Breeze Airways will begin nonstop routes between John Wayne Airport and Orlando International Airport, allowing guests to travel between Walt Disney World and Disneyland with one-way flights in each direction starting at $69.
Breeze Airways, a new budget airline, will begin service at John Wayne Airport on Thursday, February 16, offering the first non-stop flight between Orlando, Florida and Orange County, California. Flights will be scheduled once daily, departing from Santa Ana around 9:00 a.m. Pacific time and returning from Orlando around 5:00 p.m. Eastern time.
The airline will be offering $69 fares as an introductory rate, perfect for guests looking to travel between Disneyland Resort in Anaheim and Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. Fares will rise to between $119 and $199 once the introductory period ends.
According to an article by the Orange County Register, Breeze Airways offers a number of perks that set them apart from other budget airlines, including “letting families sit together for free, no-penalty changes or cancellation of bookings up to 15 minutes before departure, and several price levels including first class and extra legroom seats.”
While several airlines serve both MCO and SNA, Breeze Airways appears to be the only one to offer a non-stop flight between the two major airports. Many travelers looked toward connecting flights with Southwest Airlines to travel for a split stay between the Disney Parks, but questions regarding the airline’s reliability remain after a whirlwind of cancellations.
Will you be taking advantage of this deal for the ultimate day of park hopping? Let us know how you feel about the flight or Breeze Airways in the comments below!
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