Breeze Airways Announces Service from Ogden, UT

Dec. 12, 2023

Breeze Airways announced that it would be adding service from Ogden, UT (OGD) to Orange County-Santa Ana, CA (SNA).

Fares on the new nonstop routes start from $39* one-way, if purchased by November 14, for travel by September 3, 2024.

From Ogden, UT to:

  • Orange County-Santa Ana, CA** (Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat, starting February 21, 2024, Nice from $39* one way)

“Ogden has a rich travel history having once served as a transfer point between the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads,” said Breeze Airways’ President Tom Doxey. “Today, Breeze is writing a new chapter for Ogden - one in which its residents get access to simple, affordable, and convenient air travel to highly desirable destinations like Orange County.”

Breeze began serving Provo in August of 2022 and currently offers nonstop and one-stop service to seven destinations.

The addition of Ogden brings the total number of Breeze cities to 45. The airline recently announced the addition of seven new cities from underserved markets such as Grand Junction, CO; Madison, WI; and Evansville, IN.

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. The Nicest bundle includes two checked bags, priority boarding and Breeze Ascent—the carrier’s premium inflight experience featuring 2x2 recliner-style seating and complimentary snacks and beverages, including alcohol.  

Breeze doesn’t charge change or cancellation fees up to 15 minutes prior to departure and offers other benefits such as free family seating and a la carte pricing. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees, up to 24-months of reusable flight credit and customized flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze makes it easy to buy and easy to fly. Learn more about Breeze’s flight offerings via our site or the app.

Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS