California has been on quarantine lockdown since March 13th, 2020, and as travelers who were lucky enough to have made it home in time from our international trips, we’ve been doing our part by staying home and doing what we can to flatten the curve.
By mid May, counties throughout California started slowly opening up, restaurants, bars, breweries, nail salons, little by little we were seeing a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. Because Frank and I can work from home, being on lockdown didn’t affect us much only that we couldn’t travel as much but seeing that it may be safe for us to start domestically, we decided to take the opportunity to take on our first flight recently. Mind you, this is not just any normal flight, this is a flight that we have been on numerous times since we discovered it.
JETSUITEX aka JSX
We have a friend in Las Vegas who was moving into a new home and without the help of her deployed husband, we decided that we would take this opportunity to take a short flight from Burbank, CA to Las Vegas, NV on JetSuiteX (JSX.com). Back in early 2019, I found out about JSX through a promotion that Blackbird was promoting on their app . Since then flying was the only way I would travel to Las Vegas to avoid the traffic that would sometimes make the 3 hour drive into 5 or 6 hours.
JSX is a semi-private flight service open to the public as long as they have routes to/from your destination. They currently serve Southern California from Burbank, CA (Burbank Airport), and Santa Ana, CA (John Wayne Airport) with destinations that includes Oakland, CA, Las Vegas, NV and Phoenix, NV.
I have flown JSX 10+ times now and I never felt unsafe. It is a smaller plane, which scares a lot of people but they have amazing safety records and to be honest, I love to fly so being in…Read More