JSX relaunches seasonal service to Monterey, California

JSX will restart flights from Burbank and Orange County to Monterey beginning June 27th and running until early September.

By Doug Gollan, April 18, 2024

By-the-seat private flight provider JSX is relaunching its popular nonstop seasonal service to Monterey, California, from Burbank and Orange County airports.

Flights start Thursday, June 27, 2024, through Monday, September 2, 2024.

Fares start at $239 each way.

“Returning to Monterey was the number one destination request from our Los Angeles-based customers, so we’re very pleased to bring back our hassle-free way of flying for those looking to reach California’s Central Coast,” says CEO Alex Wilcox.

Wilcox adds, “JSX offers an unmatched level of convenience and comfort, so whether our customers are headed to Monterey, Carmel, Pebble Beach or beyond, our crewmembers are ready to welcome them onboard our innovative public charter flights.”

JSX uses private terminals so passengers can check in up to 20 minutes before departure.

Its 30-seat jets feature extra legroom, high-speed free in-flight Starlink Wi-Fi, in-seat power, and complimentary inflight snacks and beverages.

The public charter flights between Monterey Regional Airport (MRY), Burbank (BUR), and Orange County (SNA) will operate once per day, four days a week on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

“We are pleased to welcome JSX back to the Monterey family,” says Michael LaPier, Executive Director of Monterey Airport.

He adds, “JSX’s unique and well-received service re-establishes the area’s nonstop links to Burbank and Orange County – two important markets that help empower Monterey’s booming tourism sector. We are looking forward to seeing JSX return to MRY for our busy summer season.”

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