Breeze Airways looks to open $160M base at T.F. Green

Updated 2:40 p.m.

BREEZE AIRWAYS CEO and founder David Neelman (left) and R.I. Airport Corp. President and CEO Iftikhar Ahmad (right) detailed plans to house a permanent base of operations for the budget airline out of Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport in a media event on Friday. /PBN PHOTO/NANCY LAVIN
WARWICK – Breeze Airways is looking to invest more than $160 million in a permanent base at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport, with overnight aircraft storage, local crews and routes to up to 20 destination cities. But first, the state needs to sweeten the deal through some combination of marketing services and waiving airline…

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