In some exciting news for the day, Disney fans will be able to “fly Disney to Disney” because of a new flight route announced by Breeze Airways.
Going to either the Walt Disney World Resort or the Disneyland Resort are undeniable ways to get the best of that quintessential Disney experience. Going to any Disney Theme Park at either Disney Resort is a wonderful way to feel the Disney magic, and fans worldwide flock to the Disney Parks for precisely this reason.
As reported by WFTV, Breeze Airways is a company of “aviation, hospitality, and technology enthusiasts who believe flying is the greatest privilege and opportunity in the world” who work to serve underserved routes across the United States. The airline which launched in 2021, perhaps on noting the demand from Disney fans, has created its first route that would take Guests from Orange County, Florida, to Orange County, California.
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The route will take Guests from Orlando International Airport to John Wayne Airport; the first “Disney to Disney” Breeze Airways flight will take off on Thursday, February 16, 2023. The airline has also shared that the prices for this flight will start as low as $69. The airline is also offering seven additional routes from Orlando International Airport (MCO):
- Akron-Canton, OH (from $47 one way)
- Bentonville-Fayetteville, AR (from $52 one way)
- Charleston, SC (from $49 one way)
- Huntsville, AL (from $49)
- Tulsa, OK (from $39 one way)
- Orange County, CA (from $69 one way)
- Providence, RI (Starting July 14, from $39 one way)
This update could help Guests visit Walt Disney World Resort in Central Florida and Disneyland Resort in Southern California during the same Disney vacation, elevating fans’ Walt Disney World vacation and Disneyland vacation as well.
You can read the news from WFTV here!