Every once in a while, an airline comes along that attempts to transform the bad rap about flying the 'friendly' skies. I've never flown on what's been nicknamed the "Seriously Nice" airline titled Breeze Airways, which locally services Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Westchester County Airport, and Long Island MacArthur Airport. I've just learned, thanks to ctinsider.com, that Breeze Airways will launch nonstop seasonal service between Bradley International Airport and coastal North Carolina, and I Love North Carolina!

I'm sure you've heard your share of nightmare stories about air travel. Some described the experience as 'cows being herded into their pen.' As of 2023, according to ibisworld.com, 399 Domestic Airlines are serving multiple cities across the United States. Let's go take a look at why you might choose to give this 'nice' airline a try.

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