JSX, the world’s only five-star premium region air carrier, is set to enhance its presence in Arizona with the Scottsdale Airport as its new terminal location. This strategic move involves relocating its acclaimed public charter service from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to a new private terminal at Scottsdale Airport.
The relocation aims to better serve travelers in the greater Scottsdale and Phoenix area, providing more convenient access to popular destinations such as Burbank, Denver/Boulder and Las Vegas. JSX offers a premium travel experience for both vacationers and business travelers.
JSX’s 30-seat jets feature business-class legroom, TSA-accepted security, free high-speed in-flight Wi-Fi, in-seat power, complimentary in-flight snacks and beverages and baggage retrieval within minutes of arrival. JSX allows customers to check in just 20 minutes before departure, bypassing long lines and unnecessary wait times associated with commercial air travel.
“JSX’s new focus location in Scottsdale is a prime example of the commitment we uphold to expanding premium service options for travelers,” says CEO Alex Wilcox, in a recent press release. “JSX will better match its service to its customers’ needs and preferences by utilizing the popular Scottsdale Airport, offering efficiency and ease to a growing number of business and leisure travelers alike who embrace our safe, simple, joy-filled flights.”
JSX will operate nonstop flights between Scottsdale Airport and Hollywood Burbank Airport up to 12 times per week, with introductory fares starting at $269 one-way. Flights to Denver/Boulder and Las Vegas will also be available daily, up to 11 times per week, with fares starting at $349 and $229 one-way.
Over the past year, JSX has expanded its coast-to-coast network, serving 24 key North American markets, including newly established networks in Carlsbad/Palomar, South Florida, Denver/Boulder and Cabo San Lucas. With plans for further expansion in 2024, JSX is ready to welcome a diverse range of customers.
For more information, visit www.jsx.com.