Washington Dulles Airport Informational Guide to Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) - NON OFFICIAL

Breeze Airways - Washington Dulles Airport (IAD)

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Breeze Airways
On Time performance:
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It is not possible to calculate the On-Time Performance for this flight accurately due to insufficient or non-representative data, as doing so could lead to misleading conclusions.

Terminal and Concourse

Dulles Airport is formed by a large Main Passenger Terminal (Z gates) which connects with two Midfield terminal buildings. The two satellite terminals hosts concourses A/B and C/D. Ticketing is made in the Main Passenger Terminal.

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Arrivals and Departures

Follow the links below in order to see all the flights scheduled for Breeze Airways

- Breeze Airways Arrivals
- Breeze Airways Departures

Check-in

In order to check in for your flight at Washington Dulles Airport (IAD), go to the departures zone of the terminal, or follow the instructions provided in your ticket.

General Information and contact

- IATA Code:
- Website: www.flybreeze.com/home

Punctuality and delays

It is not possible to calculate the On-Time Performance for this flight accurately due to insufficient or non-representative data, as doing so could lead to misleading conclusions.

Delays analyzed by Weekday: We have gathered available data from last six months, spanning from February 20, 2024 to July 19, 2024. Next, you can observe the results broken down by day of the week: number of flights analyzed, on-time performance per day, and average delay per day.

Note: We have excluded some days from the graph, since the quantity and quality of the data is not representative enough.

Delays analyzed by Month: We have gathered available data from last twelve closed months, spanning from November 16, 2023 to March 18, 2024. Next, you can observe the results broken down by month: number of flights analyzed, on-time performance per month, and average delay per month.

Note: We have excluded some months from the graph, since the quantity and quality of the data is not representative enough.