August 13, 2022
San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) takes flight
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Thirty years after the closure of Norton Air Force Base, the San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) has landed its first commercial airline.

Breeze Airways began the first-ever scheduled passenger flights at SBD on Thursday.

Breeze has inaugurated non-stop flights between San Bernardino and San Francisco International Airport using Embraer E195 aircraft. It seats 118 passengers in a two-by-two seating configuration and no middle seats.

“Breeze Airways daily nonstop service to SFO is a monumental moment for our inland Southern California region,” said Colton Mayor Frank Navarro, president of the SBD airport commission.

The Breeze airline was launched by JetBlue founder David Neeleman.

AviationPros noted that the San Bernardino airport has maintained a passenger terminal building since 2010, serving passengers traveling on charter flights since that time.

San Bernardino joins Ontario and Palm Springs with the only regularly-scheduled commercial, airline passenger service in the Inland Empire.
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