JSX adds Scottsdale flight to Texas. How much it costs to fly


JSX will launch its first flights from Scottsdale Airport to Texas this fall.

The hop-on public charter jet service, which operates semi-private flights aboard small planes with a check-in process that takes just minutes, will begin offering a route to Dallas in October via its private terminal at Dallas Love Field Airport, with the once – daily flights four days a week.

“When customers ask for it, JSX delivers – and our dedicated flyers have been asking for a connection between Dallas and Scottsdale since we first established our headquarters in the Lone Star State,” JSX CEO Alex Wilcox said in a statement.

The announcement of the new route came just three days after JSX launched flights between Scottsdale and Orange County, California, its first new route since moving to Scottsdale from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in January.

More options for air travel to and from metro Phoenix are emerging, including American Airlines’ new route to Provo, Utah, expanded routes to Mexico and JetBlue Airways’ expanded East Coast routes with business class seating.

When does the new flight from JSX to Dallas start?

JSX will begin flying from Scottsdale to Dallas on Thursday, October 3. The flights, which operate once a day, are on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.

Are JSX flights private?

JSX operates from the smaller private terminals of major airports, such as Dallas Love Field (and previously Sky Harbor), and at smaller airports near major cities, such as Scottsdale. This allows passengers to go from parking or drop-off to boarding without traffic, crowds or long waits at security.

JSX uses Embraer jets with 30 seats, business-class legroom, power outlets in every row and no middle seats.

The flights are not private; anyone can book one at

How much does it cost to fly from Scottsdale to Dallas with JSX?

Introductory fares for the new route start at $369 one-way.

Fares on JSX flights include two checked bags, onboard cocktails, gourmet snacks and onboard Wi-Fi on Starlink, operated by SpaceX.

Details: Book at

Michael Salerno is an award-winning journalist who has been covering travel and tourism since 2014. His work as a consumer travel reporter for The Arizona Republic aims to help readers deal with the stress of travel and get the best bang for their buck on their vacation. He can be reached at [email protected]. Follow him on X, formerly Twitter: @salerno_phx.

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