We are sharing some airlines that still offer lower fares than other major airlines for the same routes. But these airlines are new so you may face support lack, baggage issues, and other kinds of problems so before booking please clear your mindset. As per Analysis, these airlines’ fare are very much low.
Norse Atlantic Airways: Its headquartered in Norway. Norse Atlantic is expected to start operations this June 2022. Its limited route network will fly between Oslo and New York, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles. One-way tickets from Oslo to Fort Lauderdale start at $149, with six tiers of seat choices and amenities that may or may not include seat fees and in-flight meals. so please check before booking but the fare is much lower than other major airlines on the same routes.
Zipair: It is a Tokyo-based airline offering daily nonstop flights to Tokyo from Los Angeles and Honolulu (once daily after July 16). But unlike many other low-cost carriers, Zipair has a separate business class cabin on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet with lie-flat seats. These seats can start as low as $900 one-way, compared to the business-class tickets on established carriers that can easily top $3,000 each way.
Arajet, a low-cost carrier in the Dominican Republic, plans to begin operations in July with a fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. With a base in Santo Domingo, the airline expects to serve destinations in the United States, Brazil and Colombia, but a route map has not yet been announced.
Avelo Airlines began service last April, with nonstop flights to more than 30 U.S. destinations from hubs in Burbank, Calif., New Haven, Conn., and Orlando. As with many other low-cost carriers, Avelo’s flights are not scheduled daily. Tickets on its newest routes, including Baltimore to Orlando and Burbank to Denver, start at $29 each way.
Breeze Airways, founded by the former chief executive of JetBlue, David Neeleman, began operations in May 2021. The Utah-based airline serves more than 30 U.S. destinations, including airports in Westchester County in New York, Louisville, Ky., and Charleston, S.C., and stresses its “point-to-point” single-route system — instead of the traditional hub-and-spoke model — as a traveler benefit.
In May, the airline also announced that it would begin nonstop service between Jacksonville, Fla., and eight cities, including New Orleans and Las Vegas. Fares start at $49 each way. If you’re accustomed to calling customer service to purchase, change or cancel flights, you’re out of luck; the airline only responds to requests by email, text or through Facebook.
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