Air International 2022-01
C.Sloan - Front and centre
The A220 will allow Breeze to do things its competitors can’t, according to the airline
“This airplane is absolutely magical,” said Tom Anderson, Breeze chief operations officer, of the A220
The A220 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1500Gs, which David Neeleman considers the cornerstone of the aircraft's capability
Breeze aims to recruit 300 pilots over the next year, the vast majority for the A220
Among the benefits of the A220's interior is its 20in-wide aisle
Both of the LOPAs (layout of passenger accommodations) planned by Breeze offer a number of rows with additional legroom
Seats are finished in a charcoal leather trim with blue, red and yellow piping indicating ticket class
Passengers on the A220 will encounter the highest ceiling in its class
The cabin offers USB-A, USB-C and AC power outlets at every seat