JetSuite, the fourth largest private jet operator in the USA, is getting ready to launch a new public charter air carrier called JetSuiteX which will fly daily Monday to Friday. JetSuiteX will offer service in the San Francisco Bay Area to Los Angeles market on April 19, and eventually to Las Vegas. Bay Area service will be from Buchanan Field in Contra Costa County in Concord, just northeast of Oakland and about an hours drive away from SFO. Los Angeles area service will use Burbank’s convenient Bob Hope Airport.
The initial San Francisco/Los Angeles area flights will begin with three daily flights in newly configured Embraer 135’s. For those looking to test their luck in Las Vegas, that service will fly just once weekly on Friday nights and returning Sunday afternoons.
Each aircraft will feature 30 seats with 36-inch seat pitch, free wi-fi and the coolest benefit—service from private jet terminals… much faster, more comfortable and likely to avoid major delays, long security lines, and congested airports.
JetSuiteX Inaugural Flight Contest
Two lucky readers of BoardingArea will be selected to fly on the inaugural flight between the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas. Enter by surfing over to this post and making a comment. Any comment will do—such as naming your favorite blog to read on BoardingArea, how much you really, really want to be the first to fly or even tell us why you of all readers should be the one.
BoardingArea will pick the winners on Saturday April 16th at NOON (MDT) so they can make flight plans for you if you don’t live in the Bay area. Again, follow the interweb to this BoardingArea post to learn more and enter the contest.
Enter the contest by clicking on this blog post and making a comment.