Breeze encourages Provo customers to travel, work from the sky | News, Sports, Jobs
Harrison Epstein, Daily Herald
Passengers board the first flight for Breeze Airways out of the Provo Airport on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic took people out of the public, including traveling, and with rising costs and issues at airlines across the country, Breeze Airways is hoping to get Provo residents into the sky.
Breeze Airways announced Tuesday sale prices of $29 from Provo-Salt Lake City, according to a Breeze press release. Provo Municipal Airport is the Utah home base for the airline.
Sales are available on 11 of the company’s routes out of Provo including those to Las Vegas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Orange County-Santa Ana, and Los Angeles.
“Upwork predicts that 22% of the American workforce will be remote by 2025 and the couch is now a work station, not just a place to relax and unwind,” said Tom Doxey, president of Breeze Airways. “But remote work is just that – remote – so why not grab some really low fares, get off the couch and experience some amazing destinations.”
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