The Jetblue Founder Is Launching The “nicest Airline In The World”

Undoubtedly, air travel can be stressful. Recently, videos and news reports have surfaced, telling the worst aspects of people, whether it is the company’s unfair treatment of passengers or the dispute between leaflets, flying. Is there any remedy? Attempting to inject some friendliness into the industry again. A new company announced that it is fulfilling this mission. Become the best airline in the world.

Conceived by David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue, Azul Airways, Morris Air, and WestJet, Breeze Airways will prioritize friendliness and friendliness when recruiting employees, and the company states that valuing this feature is one of the most important criteria. Its future vision. The company, formerly known as Moxy, is currently applying to the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Department of Transportation for its airline operating certificate, and hopes to begin operations by the end of 2020.

Breeze CEO and President David Neeleman said, “Breze will fly non-stop between places where there is currently no meaningful or affordable service.” “Twenty years ago, we brought humans back through JetBlue Airways. Aviation. Today we are pleased to introduce you to the “Best Airline in the World” program. “

Breeze will first serve midsize U.S. cities that currently have no direct service. The company has ordered 60 new Airbus A220 aircraft, delivery began in April 2021, and has leased 30 Embraer 195 aircraft. The former is suitable for direct flights between medium-sized destinations, while the latter can connect smaller places more economically.

The airline is currently hiring a series of jobs online.