Breeze Airways launches low-cost nonstop airline service between Walt Disney World and Disneyland

Feb 17, 2023 in "Air Travel"

Breeze Airways
Posted: Friday February 17, 2023 2:45pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Breeze Airways is now flying a new low-cost, nonstop service between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and John Wayne Airport (SNA).

Starting at $69 each way, the new service makes the possibility of dual-coast Disney trips much more affordable, with John Wayne Airport serving Disneyland Resort in California and Orlando International serving Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

Breeze Airways operates one flight on most days, flying Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

The flight leaves Orlando around 5pm, with the 5-hour flight arriving in California around 7pm local time. Return flights leave California around 8:30am, arriving into Orlando around 4pm.

Prices vary by date, and tickets in July average more than $129 each way. But if your trips are flexible, you can find some good deals, with many days at $69. See the charts below for some pricing examples across the next few months.

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DCBakerSep 06, 2023

KTLA reports this route will be temporarily paused from October 3, 2023 to February 14, 2024. "Breeze Airways will temporarily pause its nonstop flights from John Wayne Airport to Orlando International Airport, a route Disney fans could take to travel between Disneyland and Walt Disney World in Florida. The nonstop route will be paused from Oct. 3 to Feb. 14, 2024, company officials told KTLA. The budget airline already had plans to temporarily pause the route which was initially scheduled to take place from Nov. 14 to Feb. 14, 2024. However, the company decided to move it up after John Wayne Airport asked all carriers “to temporarily reduce their capacity through the end of the year,” according to Breeze Airways officials. The company announced the direct flight between SNA and MCO in February and it has run consistently for eight months. Once it returns, company officials expect the route to be available from February 2024 until the summer season and potentially until fall 2024. “We’re a leisure-focused airline so some of our schedules are planned around summer, school vacations or other major holidays,” officials told KTLA. Since the temporary pause will occur earlier than the company initially planned, guests who booked a seat on these flights from Oct. 4 to Nov. 14 will receive a full refund."

PhonedaveFeb 28, 2023

The cost to travel between WDW and DL is less than the price of admission. Something is off somewhere.

celluloidFeb 21, 2023

Good news for CMs for reciprocity of their Access to DL and WDW.

mktFeb 21, 2023

This is awesome.

Crunchie9Feb 17, 2023

Disney Park Hopper Plus.