JSX Offers Labor Day Travel Alternative

With flights starting starting at $249 each way and with several locations in California, JSX offers the ideal travel alternative for those headed out of town for Labor Day weekend.

Offering convenience, comfort and consistency, JSX has an industry-leading completion rate of 99.5 percent–especially impressive among the current onslaught of canceled and postponed flights from traditional airliners that are likely to continue through Labor Day weekend. In fact, more than 53 percent of people are making a trek this coming holiday weekend, creating busy airports and jam-packed roads.

JSX offers seamless and accessible short-haul getaways that bypass the hassles of air travel–with no hidden fees. JSX’s 30-seat jets (with bright, modern interiors) fly directly out of private terminals and feature business-class legroom, frictionless security and a schedule built for day trips or holiday weekends. Plus, checking in takes a mere 20 minutes before departure–but you might want to hang out for a bit as the beautifully appointed lounges have free Wi-Fi and complimentary coffee. The flights allow up to three complimentary checked bags, weighing 50 pounds each, as well as serve onboard cocktails and gourmet snacks.


In addition to serving couples, families, business travelers and more, small dogs and cats fly free of charge as long as the pet is 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.

JSX currently serves Austin (AUS), Burbank (BUR), Concord/Napa (CCR), Dallas Love Field (DAL), Denver/Boulder (BJC), Houston Hobby (HOU), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), Monterey (MRY), Oakland (OAK), Orange County (SNA), Phoenix (PHX), San Diego (SAN), Reno-Tahoe (RNO), and Westchester County (HPN), with seasonal service to Destin (DSI) and Gunnison/Crested Butte (GUC).   

JSX customers can book tickets for Labor Day weekend travel at www.jsx.com or via its mobile app.

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