Breeze Airways ‘Disney to Disney’ Budget Flights Resume

Toni Ferrigno

A Disney-themed airplane from Breeze Airways soars over a scene featuring two majestic castle structures, set against a blue sky with fluffy clouds.

Breeze Airways ‘Disney to Disney’ Budget Flights Resume

Breeze Airways budget flights between Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort have resumed.

A Disney-themed airplane from Breeze Airways soars over a scene featuring two majestic castle structures, set against a blue sky with fluffy clouds.

Guests can now begin booking nonstop flights between the two domestic Disney Parks through Breeze Airways. The flights travel between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and John Wayne Airport (SNA). Tickets will start at $89, one way. The are available for Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Saturdays.

A blue Breeze Airways airplane is parked at Gate 30, with ground crew and equipment servicing the aircraft, readying it for one of its popular Disney to Disney flights.

The return of the “Disney to Disney” flights was announced in December 2023, after being put on pause in September. The flights were initially scheduled for February 2024, but June is the first time they have become available this year.

A customer is standing at an airline check-in counter labeled "Breeze." Two digital screens above display the Breeze Airways logo.

The Breeze Airways offering was launched in 2023 as a first-of-its-kind budget service between Orlando and Santa Ana. At the time, Breeze offered a $69 fare as an introductory rate. Flights were scheduled once per day, departing from California in the morning, and returning from Florida in the evening.

We reviewed the experience when it first launched last year. Watch our full review of a Breeze Airways “Disney to Disney” flight below:

Would you consider a “Disney to Disney” flight on Breeze Airways? Let us know in the comments below.

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