JSX jumps in New York-Miami by-the-seat private jet market

By Doug Gollan, October 12, 2021

JSX is joining Vista Global’s XO and Blade in the New York to South Florida by-the-seat private jet sharing market

Dallas-based JSX is adding scheduled by-the-seat private jet flights from its home base to Miami International Airport. It’s also adding its “hop-on, hop-off” flights between Westchester County Airport north of New York City and Miami.

Previously JSX has offered pop-up flights from Westchester County to Pinehurst. It has a seasonal route to Destin in Florida’s panhandle.

“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,” says JSX CEO Alex Wilcox.

He adds, “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.”

Flights between Westchester County and Miami start Thursday, November 18, 2021. They will initially operate five days per week between private terminals. Fares start at $749 one-way and include checked luggage, onboard bar service, and complimentary travel for most pets.

Flights between Miami and Dallas start at the same time with a similar frequency. They are priced from $499 per seat.

Last month, both Blade and Vista Global’s XO announced increased by-the-seat flights between New York and South Florida.

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