JetSuiteX introduces additional flights

Terry Spruce

JetSuiteX will be introducing new Los Angeles to Las Vegas regular service and will be adding extra flights between Los Angeles and San Francisco East Bay using its Embraer 135 jets starting 26 May.

The company will connect Burbank Bob Hope Airport with Las Vegas McCarran International Airport with three daily roundtrip flights on Embraer 135 aircraft.

JetSuiteX launched service last month with weekday flights between Los Angeles and the San Francisco East Bay, which is now being increasing to three roundtrips each day.

Alex Wilcox, CEO of JetSuite said: “Airport congestion and worsening security delays have made short-haul air travel sometimes more of a hassle than it’s worth. In fact, between 2000 and 2014, LA to Las Vegas air travel lost more than one million enplanements to the freeways. Afterall, who wants to spend more time in the airport than in the air? JetSuiteX was created for people who prefer to fly but want to avoid crowded airport terminals and long security lines.”

JetSuiteX provides many of the comforts usually associated with private jet travel but for the price of a traditional airline seat, offering 30 seats per aircraft, each with at least 36-inch seat pitch.

Unlike other alternative offerings, JetSuiteX clients don’t need to sign up, pay a monthly subscription, or travel in small propeller airplanes. As JetSuiteX only flies from private jet facilities, there are no crowded terminals, long security lines or giant parking lots.

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