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"Breeze Airways' attractive fares to the places people want to go allow Inland Empire residents to start close and travel far from their local airport." - Director of Aviation Mark Gibbs.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA, July 13, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ -- San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) is ranked as having the cheapest airfares among U.S. airports by Travel + Leisure, a travel magazine and global media brand.
Based upon data from the "Average Domestic Airline Itinerary Fares by Origin City for 2022" report, published by the U.S. Department of Transportation, passengers departing SBD in 2022 paid an average airfare of $98.03, which was the lowest among all airports in the U.S.
"We are thrilled to be recognized by Travel + Leisure for offering the lowest-cost airfares in the country, a primary reason why customers continue to choose San Bernardino International Airport for their travel needs," said Director of Aviation Mark Gibbs. "Breeze Airways' attractive fares to the places people want to go allow Inland Empire residents to start close and travel far from their local airport."
SBD launched first-ever passenger service with Breeze Airways in August 2022, offering nonstop flights to San Francisco, with one-stop service to Provo, UT. In February 2023, Breeze added service to Las Vegas, a flight that continues on to Hartford, CT.
Breeze's service at SBD has been an incredible success story, with nearly 50,000 travelers flown since the launch of service. New and returning customers appreciate Breeze's affordable fares and in-demand destinations, along with SBD's convenience and $5.00 overnight parking.
U.S. airports that followed SBD with the lowest fares in 2022 were Santa Maria, CA; Ogden, UT; Provo, UT; Stockton, CA; Concord, NC; Fort Collins/Loveland, CO; Wilmington, DE; Trenton, NJ; and Hagerstown, MD.
Read the full Travel + Leisure story here. For more information about San Bernardino International Airport, and Breeze Airways' flight destinations, schedules, and low fares, visit FlySBD.com.
About San Bernardino International Airport (SBD)
Located approximately 60 miles east of Los Angeles, SBD was converted to civilian use in 1992 following its historic legacy as the former Norton Air Force Base. Breeze Airways began operating scheduled passenger service in August, 2022 with nonstop flights to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and one-stop, same-plane service to Provo, Utah (PVU). Nonstop flights to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas, and one-stop, same-plane service to Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Hartford, Connecticut, began in February, 2023. In June 2023, SBD was voted "Best Airport" by readers of the San Bernardino Sun and Redlands Daily Facts, and "Favorite Airport" by readers of the Inland Daily Bulletin, three of the region's major newspapers. SBD offers a full range of services and facilities to support domestic and international passengers, air cargo operations, general aviation, and maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) businesses. The domestic passenger terminal is located at 105 N. Leland Norton Way, San Bernardino, CA, off the I-10 and I-210 freeways. On-airport parking is $5.00 per day. For more information, please visit www.FlySBD.com.
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