On August 4, JSX adds year-round nonstop service from Dallas Love Field and Burbank to Denver/Boulder Rocky Mountain Airport (BJC). Seasonal nonstop service from Dallas (DAL) to Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC) will also be added beginning June 30.
As part of the expansion, Austin will get same-plane through-flight service to Gunnison/Crested Butte via Dallas. There will be similar same-plane one-stop flights between Burbank and Dallas via BJC.
JSX uses Embraer 135/145 regional jets converted with 30 leather seats and extra legroom. However, the significant benefit is using private terminals with a check-in deadline of 20 minutes before departure.
Complimentary amenities for all customers include two checked bags, including golf bags, skis, and snowboards, drinks, snacks, and cocktails inflight.
Its Pets On Jets Program enables small dogs and cats to fly free of charge as long as the pet is comfortably stowed in an FAA-approved pet carrier underneath the seat in front of the owner. Most dogs up to 65 pounds can fly in-cabin by purchasing an adjacent seat.
Rocky Mountain Airport is just 14 miles from Boulder and 16 miles from Coors Field in Downtown Denver.
Dallas-Denver flights will operate twice a day and once on Saturdays. Introductory fares start at $219 one-way.
Customers can fly between Dallas and Burbank with a quick stopover at BJC starting at $399 one-way.
Flights from Burbank to BJC also operate twice a day (and once on Saturdays).
Seasonal JSX service between Austin via Dallas to and from Gunnison/Crested Butte starts June 30 and will operate twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays.
Introductory fares start at $249 one-way from Dallas and $349 from Austin.
“Our continued expansion into the Mountain West adds some of Colorado’s most idyllic and exciting destinations to our growing route map,” said JSX CEO Alex Wilcox. “
He added, “With demand for travel continuing to rise, our new service to Denver/Boulder and Gunnison/Crested Butte will provide our Customers with readily accessible hassle-free flights that quickly get them out of the airport and into the action.”