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National private-style jet service adds Naples routes

  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 7:45 a.m. June 27, 2024
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JSX flies to more than 25 destinations.
JSX flies to more than 25 destinations.
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JSX, a Dallas-based public charter jet service, is adding a seasonal route on its 30-seat jets to its network from Naples to a pair of airports in the New York City area. 

The flights, according to a statement, will be from Naples Airport, under the call letters APF, to the Westchester County Airport (HPN) north of New York City and the Morristown Airport (MMU) west of New York City. The flights will operate once a day on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday and are scheduled to begin Nov. 21. 

Introductory fares start at $689 one-way. 

JSX, according to the statement, features “business class legroom, frictionless security, free onboard high-speed StarLink Wi-Fi, in-seat power and enhanced complimentary in-flight snacks and beverages.” Customers can bring two checked bags, with weight/size restrictions. 

The air carrier also boasts of another non-commercial airport bonus: crowd-free hangars and 20-minute departures, where customers can avoid “the long lines and congestion of main airport terminals.

In addition to the Naples service, JSX is adding routes to West Palm Beach and returning seasonal service to Boca Raton and Salt Lake City, Utah. “We look forward to increasing access to seamless, comfortable and enjoyable air travel for customers traveling with friends, family, pets and grandparents this holiday season to these idyllic vacation destinations across Florida and Utah,” says JSX CCO David Drabinsky in the release. 

JSX was founded by JetBlue co-founder Alex Wilcox. It provides up to 100 public charter flights daily to 25 business and leisure destinations across Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, New York and Texas in the U.S. with seasonal offerings to Mexico, Monterey, and the Bahamas. JSX currently operates 48 ERJ family aircraft, each reconfigured to offer 30 seats, and employs over 1,000 crewmembers. 



Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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