JSX Experience?

Old Jan 2, 20, 7:21 am
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JSX Experience?

Good morning all,

Anyone have experience on JSX yet-good, bad, otherwise? Since I live in PHX, where B6 doesn't have much of a presence, I am getting lots of ads for JSX & have been thinking about giving them a try on my next flight to LAS. The fact that their schedule is only open thru early March right now, though, is somewhat concerning.

Thanks in advance & Happy New Year :-)
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Old Jan 2, 20, 7:46 am
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Originally Posted by txrus View Post
Good morning all,

Anyone have experience on JSX yet-good, bad, otherwise? Since I live in PHX, where B6 doesn't have much of a presence, I am getting lots of ads for JSX & have been thinking about giving them a try on my next flight to LAS. The fact that their schedule is only open thru early March right now, though, is somewhat concerning.

Thanks in advance & Happy New Year :-)
What's the connection between JetBlue and JSX?
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Old Jan 2, 20, 8:09 am
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Originally Posted by guv1976 View Post
What's the connection between JetBlue and JSX?
Not entirely sure but JSX flights earn True Blue points so there's some connection somewhere; this is why I asked in this forum, but apologies if I offended anyone for doing so.
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Old Jan 2, 20, 8:27 am
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JetBlue owns around 10% of JSX and they are partners. Go for it. Check in is quick and easy, service is good, and I would not hesitate at all to book. Have always had good experiences with them.
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Old Jan 2, 20, 8:33 am
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Originally Posted by txrus View Post
Not entirely sure but JSX flights earn True Blue points so there's some connection somewhere; this is why I asked in this forum, but apologies if I offended anyone for doing so.
No offense taken; I was just curious, as I had not heard about JSX.

I do see that there is a thread about JSX expansion in the FT "Other North and South American Airlines" forum.
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Old Jan 3, 20, 5:24 am
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Iíve taken JSX from Orange County, CA (SNA) to Oakland, and Oakland to Vegas. Super easy and convenient. Showed up 45 minutes before the first flight and 30 minutes before the second flight. Walked in, showed my ID to get checked in, gave them my bags, got swabbed as part of security check, and had a short 20 minute wait in the lounge. The Oakland lounge was lacking snacks though.
And the prices were really good, $79 for each flight. The prices are really good if you can book ahead of time.
They also let you do standby to an earlier flight if thereís space, my friend did that.
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Old Jan 3, 20, 3:03 pm
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The main negative I have with JSX is if I have to rent a car at my destination (PHX and LAS, at least). Rental car centers are nowhere near the JSX hangars. Works great if I Uber/Lyft. Will prolly stick with mainline if I plan to rent a car.
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Old Jan 5, 20, 9:37 am
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In case this helps, GoRentals works with JSX for rentals.

I just Uber to a regular rental place that I book thru Costco. LOL

Originally Posted by wakko11 View Post
The main negative I have with JSX is if I have to rent a car at my destination (PHX and LAS, at least). Rental car centers are nowhere near the JSX hangars. Works great if I Uber/Lyft. Will prolly stick with mainline if I plan to rent a car.
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Old Jan 5, 20, 11:40 am
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Hopefully this will be moved to the "other NA carriers" forum as XE is merely a partner of B6 and there is a lot of good information there.
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In case this helps, GoRentals works with JSX for rentals.

I just Uber to a regular rental place that I book thru Costco. LOL
If you rent enough with National enough to get Exec Elite, FBO delivery is one of the slightly obscure benefits.
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Old Aug 17, 20, 11:57 pm
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I just flew JSX today from LASBFI and it was quite a refreshing experience.

Highly recommended if you need to fly into secondary airports.

Plus the Bulleit Bourbon was a nice touch.
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Old Aug 18, 20, 2:01 am
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Originally Posted by Intl359Widget View Post
I just flew JSX today from LASBFI and it was quite a refreshing experience.

Highly recommended if you need to fly into secondary airports.

Plus the Bulleit Bourbon was a nice touch.
You got lucky. JSX is infamous for cancellations due to their aircraft constantly breaking.
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Old Aug 18, 20, 9:12 am
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Originally Posted by fly747first View Post
You got lucky. JSX is infamous for cancellations due to their aircraft constantly breaking.
I have flown them many times and never had any issues. I would imagine now they have plenty of extra planes around if anything goes wrong.
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Old Aug 18, 20, 9:50 pm
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Originally Posted by sfozrhfco View Post
I have flown them many times and never had any issues. I would imagine now they have plenty of extra planes around if anything goes wrong.
They had quite a few spares parked on the ramp in LAS.
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Old Aug 18, 20, 10:01 pm
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Originally Posted by sfozrhfco View Post
I have flown them many times and never had any issues. I would imagine now they have plenty of extra planes around if anything goes wrong.
Glad it has worked for you but I can't trust them based on my experience... if things go south on the day of departure, they don't have the ability to rebook you on another airline
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