San Bernardino International Airport hit a milestone in 2022, welcoming nearly 20,000 passengers to fly out of the former air force base.
Breeze Airways became SBD’s first scheduled passenger airline when it began nonstop, daily service to San Francisco International Airport on August 4, 2022.
“After years of efforts by the Airport, our region has embraced the convenience of flying locally with nearly 20,000 passengers traveling through SBD since Breeze launched service this summer – it’s a major achievement and just the beginning of passenger service at SBD,” said Mike Burrows, Chief Executive Officer of SBD and the Inland Valley Development Agency. “SBD had more than 70 percent of all seats filled in November and all indications point to December having even higher passenger counts.”
The airport expects 2023 to be even better with nonstop service to Las Vegas and one-stop, same plane service to Hartford, CT beginning next month.
“Breeze’s service to San Francisco has been a great success for Inland Empire residents, and after just four months, with new nonstop service to Las Vegas starting in February the region will have even more travel options,” said SBD Director of Aviation Mark Gibbs. “The ease and convenience of flying from SBD with low airfares and just $5-daily parking, it’s unrivaled in Southern California.”
Breeze Airways offers nonstop service to San Francisco International Airport with same-plane, BreezeThru flights to Provo, Utah on 108-seat Embraer E-190 aircraft. Twice-weekly nonstop service to Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport begins February 16th on Breeze’s new 137-seat Airbus A-220 with BreezeThru flight service to Hartford’s Bradley International Airport.
Tickets can be booked directly through Breeze Airways on their app or at FlyBreeze.com.