The San Bernardino Airport within the Inland Empire of Southern California has begun providing industrial airline service.
Low-cost provider Breeze Airways inaugurated every day service Thursday between San Bernardino and San Francisco, with continued service to Breeze’s hometown of Provo, Utah.
The primary flight to the San Bernardino airport, which has the code SBD, arrived at 12:01 pm native time, based on flight tracker FlightAware. Breeze’s first departure from San Bernardino was scheduled for 1:56 p.m.
“At present, we start a brand new chapter in SBD’s historical past and future potentialities as we lastly obtain our long-standing aim of offering protected, handy and inexpensive airline service choices to our residents,” mentioned Frank Navarro, president of the SBD Fee.
The San Bernardino Airport is 22 miles east of the Ontario Airport and considerably better distances from main Southern California airports, LAX, and Orange County.
The airport is marketed as a handy choice for individuals dwelling within the San Bernardino space.
“Now you can skip the journey to different airports,” their web site says.