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A JSX E-145 prepares for its next flight at Dallas Love Field. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Mateen Kontoravdis)

JSX Expands in Colorado

Last week Dallas-based carrier JSX announced it would begin new one-stop flights from Austin to Gunnison/Crested Butte by way of Dallas Love Field, now the carrier is announcing the addition of new flights from another city in Colorado, Denver.

The airline will be expanding its current service at Denver Boulder Airport, the second airport in the city to have commercial airline service after the much larger Denver Intl. JSX is currently the only airline to offer flights out of Denver/Boulder Airport, also known as Rocky Mountain Metro Airport or RMMA , the last airline to serve RMMA before JSX was Denver Air Connection before they moved all of their flights to Denver Intl. in 2017.

At the present point in time, JSX operates four daily flights into and out of RMMA, with two of them heading to each Burbank and Dallas Love Field on most days of the week. The new destinations they have announced from the secondary Denver airport include Las Vegas and Phoenix Sky Harbor. Flights to both new cities start on November 3rd, 2022, and with each occurring five times a week, operating on Thursdays through Mondays.

All flights are scheduled to operate using the airlines Embraer E135s or E145s, both of which feature 30-seats.

Executive 1×1 seating on the carriers Embraer jets (Photo: JSX)

This is a major accomplishment for the airline as they only started operating in Denver as a whole in August of 2022, showing that the bookings have done very well for the city into the future doubling the number of destinations and flights a week from the city. 

All flights and Schedules are subject to change.


  • Joey Gerardi

    Joe has always been interested in planes, for as long as he can remember. He grew up in Central New York during the early 2000s when US Airways Express turboprops ruled the skies. Being from a non-aviation family made it harder for him to be around planes and would only spend about three hours a month at the airport. He was so excited when he could drive by himself and the first thing he did with the license was get ice cream and go plane spotting for the entire day. When he has the time (and money) he likes to take spotting trips to any location worth a visit. He’s currently enrolled at Western Michigan University earning a degree in Aviation Management and Operations.

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