JSX adds LAX to Las Vegas private jet by-the-seat flights starting at $99

By Doug Gollan, March 31, 2021

On April 16 JSX is launching its seventh route from Las Vegas, connecting to Los Angeles International Airport

Fast-growing JSX is adding a seventh route from Las Vegas. This one connects the Nevada fun spot with Los Angeles International Airport. Like all its flights, JSX will use private terminals enabling passengers to bypass crowded airport terminals. The nonstop flights will operate Thursdays through Mondays.

JSX, previously known as JetSuiteX, already offered nonstop flights from Las Vegas to Burbank, Dallas-Love Field, Oakland, Phoenix, San Diego, Salt Lake City, and Orange County.

Seats on the new Los Angeles flights start at $99.

Flights operate twice daily on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays. There is a single daily flight on Saturdays. There are no flights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

On Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays, flights depart from LAX at 12:00 PM and 6:25 PM. On Saturdays, the single departure is at 3:45 PM.

From Los Angeles International Airport to Las Vegas McCarran Airport

DayDepart LAXArrive LAS
Th, Fr, Su, Mo12:00 PM1:10 PM
Th, Fr, Su, Mo6:25 PM7:35 PM
Sa3:45 PM4:55 PM

Returning flights depart Las Vegas at 10:00 AM and 4:45 PM on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays. Saturday return flights depart at 2:00 PM.

From Las Vegas McCarran Airport to Los Angeles International Airport

DayDepart LASArrive LAX
Th, Fr, Su, Mo10:00 AM11:10 !M
Th, Fr, Su, Mo4:45 AM5:55 PM
Sa2:00 PM3:10 PM

Looking at JSX’s flight calendar through June lowest flight prices range between $99 and $349 each way.

JSX uses reconfigured ERJ-135s and ERJ-145s with 30 seats instead of the standard 36 seats. Passengers benefit from using private terminals and only need to arrive 20 minutes before departure.

The operator recently added a seasonal route to Destin, Florida.

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