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JSX Adds New Routes, Resumes Salt Lake City Flights

The semi-private carrier is growing its network with new winter routes.

A JSX E145 prepares for its next flight at Dallas Love Field. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Mateen Kontoravdis)

Self-described semi-private operator JSX is adding new flights to Florida and bringing back seasonal service to Salt Lake City.

Starting in late November and December, travelers can fly JSX to Naples and West Palm Beach, Fla. Service to Boca Raton will also resume at this time.

In addition, JSX will return to Salt Lake City with service relaunching in December. The carrier plans to serve Burbank, Las Vegas, Denver/Boulder, and Scottsdale from the Utah capital.

New Florida Routes

Nonstop flights to Naples (APF) from Westchester County, NY (HPN) and Morristown, NJ (MMU) are slated to begin on November 21. The routes will be served five times per week.

Nonstop flights to West Palm Beach (PBI) from Westchester County, NY (HPN) start November 15. Service from Morristown, NJ (MMU) will start on November 22. Both flights will operate once per day.

Seasonal service resumes to Boca Raton (BCT) from Westchester County, NY (HPN) and Morristown, NJ (MMU) on November 22.

Returning Seasonal Service to Salt Lake City:

Service to Salt Lake City (SLC) resumes on December 19 with nonstop flights from Burbank (BUR), Las Vegas (LAS), Denver/Boulder (BJC), and Scottsdale (SCF). The carrier says all flights will operate on a daily basis.

“We look forward to increasing access to seamless, comfortable & enjoyable air travel for Customers traveling with friends, family, pets, and grandparents this holiday season to these idyllic vacation destinations across Florida and Utah,” said JSX’s CCO David Drabinsky in a news release. “As we continue to expand our network, we take great pride in ensuring an unmatched level of service at an unbeatable & attainable price point.”

The Dallas-based company may soon face regulatory headwinds as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) updates rules for public charter operators.

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