Breeze Airways, the low-cost startup founded by David Neeleman, who founded JetBlue Airways, announced it is launching nine new routes later this year, eight of which are from New York's Westchester County Airport in White Plains, which is about 30 miles north of Manhattan. The carrier said it will soon become the only airline flying nonstop from White Plains to three West Coast cities — Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Another West Coast addition will be Hartford-Las Vegas service. Also new will be flights from Westchester to Charleston, S.C.; Norfolk, Va.; Jacksonville; and Savannah. The other new nonstop is between Savannah and New Orleans. The flights will be on new A220-300 aircraft. The single-aisle planes offer three fare options: Nice, Nicer and Nicest. Nicest incudes 36 first-class seats. Nice and Nicer fare bundles include 80 standard seats and 10 extra-legroom seats, respectively. The carrier has ordered 80 new A220-300s from Airbus, with one delivery per month planned over the next six years. A total of 13 will be added to the fleet by the end of 2022, according to Breeze.