JetSuiteX has announced that it will launch service from Phoenix to Burbank, Las Vegas, and Oakland.
Service from JetSuiteX’s location at Swift Aviation, located on the southwest side of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, will commence as follows:
- August 30 – Phoenix to Burbank (three daily flights)
- September 12 – Phoenix to Las Vegas (four daily flights)
- October 1 – Phoenix to Oakland (three daily flights)
This news follows JetSuiteX’s recent announcement that it will begin operating flights between Seattle’s King CountyInternational Airport-Boeing Field and Oakland beginning on July 1. To date, 2019 has marked a banner year for the rapidly expanding air carrier, which is celebrating its third anniversary of providing simple, reliable, and joyful air travel.
The addition of service to Phoenix will extend JetSuiteX’s route network to seven year-round destinations – Burbank(BUR), Concord/East Bay (CCR), Las Vegas (LAS), Orange County (SNA), Oakland (OAK), Phoenix (PHX), and Seattle (BFI) – as well as seasonal flights to Coachella Valley/Thermal (TRM) and Mammoth (MMH).
Top Copyright Photo (all others by the airline): JetSuiteX Embraer ERJ 135LR N253JX (msn 145328) SNA (Michael B. Ing). Image: 946632.
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JetSuiteX has announced that it will launch service to Seattle’s King County International Airport-Boeing Field (BFI) from Oakland beginning on July 1, 2019.
At launch, JetSuiteX will offer up to three round-trip flights a day between Oakland and Seattle daily. Ticket prices start at just $99 one-way.
The addition of service to Seattle extends JetSuiteX’s route network to six destinations including Orange County (SNA), Las Vegas (LAS), Concord/East Bay (CCR), Oakland (OAK) and Burbank (BUR), as well as Coachella Valley/Thermal (TRM) and Mammoth (MMH) seasonally.
JetSuiteX saves its customers up to an hour on each end of the trip by flying out of private terminals on spacious, comfortable 30-seat Embraer ERJ 135 aircraft while bypassing the long lines, crowds, and hassles associated with major airports. With JetSuiteX, passengers arrive at a private terminal just 20 minutes before their flight and can enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages (including cocktails while in-flight), 36 inches of leg room and up to three pieces of complimentary checked baggage.
Top Copyright Photo (all others by the company): JetSuiteX Embraer ERJ 135LR N254JX (msn 145275) SNA (Michael B. Ing). Image: 946277.
JetSuiteX aircraft slide show:
JetBlue Airways and JetSuiteX on April 23, 2018 announced a first-of-its-kind partnership making JetSuiteX-operated flights available on JetBlue.com with a new codeshare agreement.
For travel starting May 1, 2018, JetBlue will place its “B6” airline code on JetSuiteX Air-operated flights between West Coast destinations, offering new point-to-point routes for JetBlue customers. This includes flights between Burbank, Calif. (BUR); Concord, Calif. (CCR); Oakland, Calif. (OAK); and Las Vegas (LAS), and marks the first codeshare between a semi-private public charter operator (JetSuiteX) and a major national carrier.
Customers purchasing these itineraries will get the benefits of JetSuiteX’s semi-private flying experience, traveling between private terminals for commercial airline prices. Additional JetSuiteX features include two free checked bags (combined up to 50 lbs.), 36” of leg room, power at every seat and complimentary cocktail and snack service on board. Unlike more traditional major airlines, JetSuiteX customers arrive just 15-20 minutes before departure and board in just minutes, with no cattle calls or baggage claims. And now Corporate customers may book JetSuiteX flights directly at JetBlue.com.
At this time, the codeshare does not include connecting flights to or from JetBlue’s network; customers must arrive and depart from JetSuiteX’s private terminals and FBOs for their JetSuiteX operated flights.
JetBlue serves nine airports in California and flies more nonstop routes from the Golden State to New York and Boston than any other airline. The airline has recently expanded service in markets across Southern California and in the Bay Area. JetBlue has also expanded its industry-leading premium Mint service to new markets beyond Los Angeles and San Francisco, adding Mint in San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle and Palm Springs in just the last year.