JetSuite X (JSX) is a semi-private jet operator. While it doesn’t have a terribly extensive route network, it can be an affordable alternative for commercial flights with larger airlines if you’re traveling between cities the carrier serves.The small airline is launching new routes ahead of the hectic winter travel season. Let’s dig right into the new routes!JSX Expanding Flights from TexasJSX operates a fleet of 30-seat  Embraer ERJ aircraft and serves more than a dozen airports, including Austin (AUS), Las Vegas (LAS), Miami (MIA), and more. The airline also operates seasonal service to Destin (DSI) and Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC).JSX announced on Wednesday that it’s expanding its network in Texas by adding 4 new routes that launch over the next few months. The routes are:5x weekly nonstop seasonal service from Dallas-Love Field (DAL) to Miami (MIA) starting September 22, 2022Daily 1-stop, same-plane service from Dallas (DAL) to Oakland (OAK) via Las Vegas (LAS) starting November 1, 2022Up to 5x weekly nonstop seasonal service from Dallas (DAL)  to  Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC)  starting November 18, 2022Up to 5x weekly seasonal service from Austin (AUS) via Dallas (DAL) to  Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC)  starting November 18, 2022To celebrate the launch, JSX is offering introductory fares on the routes, which start at $349 each way on the route between Dallas and Crested Butte, and up to $519 each way on the Dallas-Miami route.Image Credi: JSX“As outdoor destinations continue to top the list of desired getaways for leisure and business this fall and winter, we are excited to expand our flight offerings in California, Texas, and Florida for those in search of a reliable, simple, and safe travel option,” CEO Alex Wilcox said in a statement.Wilcox continued the statement by saying the airline would cater to “anyone who values their time and peace of mind,” and wanted a hassle-free travel experience.Travelers interested in checking out the new routes or booking a flight can do so by visiting jsx.com, downloading the mobile app (iOS or Android), or calling (800) 435-9579. Additionally, travelers can also book their JSX flights through JetBlue. The semi-private airline has a partnership with JetBlue, through which you can earn TrueBlue points on your flights. JSX also partners with United MileagePlus for mileage earning.Hot Tip: Take a look at our detailed guide to flying JSX!Final ThoughtsJSX expanding service is welcome news for travelers. While JSX is considerably smaller than a major airline, its planes offer far fewer seats than a typical commercial jet which makes the experience feel more exclusive. Plus, with competitive pricing, you may find a deal on a JSX flight that’s cheaper than a big carrier!Featured Image Credit: JSXSending feedback…Your feedback has been sent. Thank you!We take your comments very seriously as they really help us to improve the site.If you’d like to add a comment to this article and share your valuable feedback and opinions, pleaseWe really appreciate it!- Alex & ErinAn error occurred please try again laterVictoria M. Walker is a travel reporter based in New York City. She has been tapped as an expert on traveling during the pandemic and is frequently a guest on shows such as ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” NPR’s “All Things Considered,” CNBC and MSNBC. Victoria got into travel writing by blogging about her experiences traveling as a Black woman. In five years, she has traveled to over 25 countries and racked up hundreds of thousands of miles in the air. She is an award-winning journalist who started her career at The Washington Post and was most recently the Senior Travel Reporter at The Points Guy where she led coverage on the pandemic’s impact on travel.Disclaimer: Any comments listed below are not from the bank advertiser, nor have they been reviewed or approved by them. No responsibility will be taken by the bank advertiser for these comments.


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