Dallas-based regional carrier adds new flights


The new Dallas routes add to JSX’s growing Texas network, while daily service to Las Vegas marks a step up from a popular service that operates weekly.

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JSX will begin offering flights from Love Field Airport in Dallas to John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif., this fall, while expanding its semi-private jet service to Las Vegas as the company expands its network.

Daily nonstop service between Dallas and Santa Ana will begin Sept. 29, with introductory fares for one-way flights starting at $499. Daily service to Las Vegas will begin the same day, with fares starting at $549 one-way.

The new Dallas routes add to JSX’s fast-growing Texas network, while daily service to Las Vegas marks a step up from a popular service that currently operates weekly.

“We look forward to expanding our network in Texas and continuing to offer our customers the convenience of easily accessible, hassle-free flights that get them quickly out of the airport and into the action without downtime or stress. “said CEO Alex Wilcox. in a report.

Dallas-based JSX, which markets itself as an “onboard jet service,” offers flights between private terminals on 30-seat Embraer 135 and 145 planes. His flights include two checked bags, onboard cocktails and “business class leg room”. Passengers also have access to free wireless high-speed internet provided by Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

JSX, founded in 2016, offers service from Dallas to Houston, Austin and other destinations such as Destin and Miami Florida. It also offers flights to Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix and a handful of other destinations.

Wilcox said JSX provides an alternative for passengers who don’t want to deal with cancellations from major commercial airlines. JSX boasts a 99.5% completion rate.

JSX flights can be booked directly through the company’s website or mobile app. Customers can also book through JetBlue due to a codeshare agreement between the companies.


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