You can now fly from the US to Mexico on a semi-private jet for under 0

You can now fly from the US to Mexico on a semi-private jet for under $600

You can now fly from the US to Mexico on a semi-private jet for under 0

Semi-private jet company JSX is relaunching flights to Los Cabos, Mexico this week from two major US cities.

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Starting this week, JSX passengers will have a new destination to explore: Cabo San Lucas (CSL) in Mexico.

The semi-private jet company offers luxury flights within the United States and its two routes to Los Cabos, one from Los Angeles (LAX) starting Dec. 15 and one from Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL ) starting December 16, they will be the carrier’s first dedicated international service.

“We are steadfast in our commitment to facilitating access to worthy vacation destinations by offering the most comfortable and hassle-free travel possible,” JSX CEO Alex Wilcox said in a statement. “Following the success of our pop-up flights to Cabo this past spring, we are thrilled to now offer a seasonal international flight service that gives customers the opportunity to enjoy the warm sandy beaches of Mexico this holiday season and skip long lines , hostile airfields, and full planes.”

Unlike other private jet providers, booking a flight on JSX doesn’t require a membership – anyone can book a flight on its regularly scheduled shuttle services on luxury business jets. The planes offer first class-style seating with plenty of room for each passenger, as well as perks like free drinks (including cocktails) and gourmet snacks. Checked baggage is included, and small pets that fit in an under-seat carrier can fly for free.

Perhaps best of all, JSX flies out of private jet terminals or fixed base operators (FBOs), meaning you don’t need to go through TSA security. (There are still security checks, but they’re expedited.) That means you can only roll up 20 minutes before your flight — or 40 in the case of Los Cabos flights, since they’re international — and more or less walk straight onto the your plane

LAX flights to Los Cabos and back will operate Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, while DAL flights will operate Monday, Friday and Saturday; They are perfectly timed for weekend getaways. Fares start at $599 one way and include two or three checked bags, depending on fare class, plus onboard alcoholic beverages and, soon, free Starlink Wi-Fi, which was just approved by the FAA. Book your flight on Flights to Los Cabos from Los Angeles and Dallas start at $599.

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