Heard TTN mentioned a few times, any idea what destinations from TTN May be a possibility?
First thing is that Breeze would have an advantage at TTN over Frontier in markets longer then 1100-1200nm. Trenton's 6006ft runway makes flights outside that perimeter nonviable because of the A320s limitations. Frontier's furthest flights west are MSP in the North and BNA in the south (both are seasonal). Allegiant came to TTN for about a year and tried to do PDG/PIE/SFB. I guess they thought they were big enough for the two of them, they were not. Fares were very cheap right before G4 bailed out. The last destination they dropped was Punta Gorda (PDG) which is an secondary airport to Ft. Myers, so perhaps it was their most profitable route. The routes I always thought Allegiant should have started with was CHS, MYR and SFB but F9 now flies there seasonally (MCO is obviously year round). Perhaps the economics of an A220 vs an A320 make it work (I believe G4 also flew some MD80s in the beginning).
Trenton has a new terminal in the works which they hope to break ground on this year and it will have 4 gates instead of 2 they have currently so they definitely are looking for more airlines. One of the county executives (the county owns the airport), said they were in talks with 2 airlines at one point, I'll assume one of those was probably Breeze (Moxy at the time), Trenton has a catchment area of 2 to 2.5 million people and it certainly is a :"Breeze" to get in and out of. Their biggest issue is the NIMBYs, however the ones that are really active (Bucks County, PA) aren't as rich as people think, Being that they have had to ask for money from their township to fight this means that their pockets aren't deep.