The scheduled by-the-seat flights cut travel time in half by using private jet facilities

Having recently added Phoenix, Seattle, and Portland, JSX is now adding back Reno, Nevada to the fast-growing.

Beginning May 8 JSX will serve Reno from both Las Vegas and Burbank with fares starting as low as $119.

“JSX is continuing to connect the dots along the West Coast while providing a fast, fun, and seamless flight experience to travelers in Nevada and California,” said JetSuiteX, Inc., CEO, Alex Wilcox.

JSX is continuing to grow its West Coast network adding flights to Reno-Tahoe.

He added, “We’re thrilled to reintroduce service to Reno–Tahoe in 2020, giving both business and leisure fliers a joyful way to travel along these popular routes.”

JSX operates a fleet of 30-seat Embraer 135 and 145 aircraft daily from seven destinations: Burbank (BUR), Las Vegas (LAS), Orange County (SNA), East Bay/Napa/Concord (CCR), Oakland (OAK), Seattle-Boeing Field (BFI) and Phoenix (PHX) and seasonal service to Mammoth Lakes (MMMH) and Monterey (MRY).

Its eighth destination, Portland, Oregon (PDX), begins on April 2.

JSX flights operate on a published schedule and you can buy seats. You save time because instead of main airport terminals, you use private aviation facilities. The net is cutting total travel time by half.

JetSuite offers full aircraft on-demand charters and jet cards. Its SuiteKey membership program features an owned fleet of Embraer Phenom 300s. Both JetSuite and JSX (formerly JetSuiteX) are operating subsidiaries of JetSuiteX, Inc.

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