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Today JSX, a joyfully simple flying experience, announced two new routes, one of which is a first for the airline. JSX has previously entered the Florida market by way of Destin with seasonal flights, but today JSX announced Dallas to Miami and Westchester New York to Miami.

“Since day one, our customers have asked JSX to serve the East Coast and I am thrilled to say that our distinctive style of flying has finally arrived. It’s no secret that demand from New York and Dallas to Florida is at an all-time high, and we are delighted to bring our hop-on jet service to these vibrant markets ahead of the busy holiday season,” states JSX CEO Alex Wilcox. 

“The JSX experience was created for anyone who values their time, from private jet owners and first-class fliers to families and business travelers who desire a simpler, better way to travel, and we welcome them all with open arms.”

The airline operates 30 seat Embraer ERJ 145 jets and current routes link multiple California destinations with Las Vegas and Dallas. Now with a recent move into Texas, flights now connect Las Vegas to Dallas and Dallas to Houston, among others. The new East Coast flights will operate five days a week from private terminals promising flyers a less stressful airport experience than they would experience at the major airports—the “hop on” experience requires that passengers turn up a mere 20 minutes before flight time even including pre-board screening procedures, 30 if they have multiple bags. (Two bags can be checked free of charge.)

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Bobby Laurie
Bobby Laurie
His background in the travel industry dates back to November 2005 when he was initially hired as a flight attendant. After initially flying for six months for US Airways (now American Airlines) Laurie had started his move up the corporate ladder and held various positions within the industry before ultimately landing as an Analyst specializing in InFlight Policies & Procedures. Read More




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