The Breeze Airways “Disney to Disney” flights connecting travelers between Walt Disney World and Disneyland will resume after a months-long pause on travel.
Breeze Airways Coast-To-Coast Nonstop Flights Resume
Breeze Airways began offering these nonstop flights between John Wayne Airport (SNA) and Orlando International Airport (MCO), allowing guests to travel between Walt Disney World and Disneyland with one-way flights in each direction starting at $69 during the introductory period.
The service was put on pause in September of 2023, partially due to SNA’s request for airlines to reduce flights, until February 14, 2024. With February 2024 fast approaching, it appears the nonstop flights are set to resume between the two airports, according to Orlando Business Journal.
The return of these flights provides some Disney guests the opportunity to travel coast to coast and experience both parks in a short window of time on a single vacation. Some guests have attempted to visit all six domestic Disney Parks in one day (with varying definitions of what counts as “visiting”). Others have attempted more involved challenges, including one man who planned to visit all 12 Disney Parks in the world in just 12 days and ride every operating ride.
While several airlines serve both MCO and SNA, Breeze Airways was the only one to offer a non-stop flight between the two. Currently, the destinations are connected on the Breeze Airways website, but there are no available dates for flights.
If you were going to hop on a nonstop flight between Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World, would you attempt a challenge like this? Let us know in the comments if you’re planning your next big Disney adventure.