As the traveling days come closer, your stress levels increase since you have to take care of all of your belongings, make sure all the dues are cleared, your clothes and other essential items packed and that you reach the airport on time. After tirelessly searching for an Uber or a cab, you finally make it to the airport where you have to spend hours waiting for the flight.
Once you do manage to board your flight, your next task is to find your seat and place your luggage in the overhead luggage compartment. You’ve managed to make it this far, however, the struggle doesn’t end here; you have to either sit next to people who don’t understand the concept of personal space or people who constantly need to visit the restroom. If only there was a way to get past this whole mess!
Meet JSX; Your New Flying Partner
Well, the days of tiresome air travel might soon be a thing of the past, thanks to Alex Wilcox who has had enough of these air travel blues! Wilcox launched India’s now-defunct Kingfisher airline as well as JetBlue and in 2016, he also launched JetSuiteX. Re-branded in 2019 as JSX, the company is considered to be the future of air travel where private flights meet affordability.
What Is JSX?
In the words of Wilcox, the JSX experience is almost like the one you’d have when you fly privately. The only difference is that there are 28 people traveling with you. You get a private flying experience for a fraction of the price that private flying costs. As of now, JSX flies from private air terminals, including Miami, Dallas, LAX, Orange County, Las Vegas, Calif, Oakland, and Westchester County.
The Drawback Of Commercial Flights
Commercial flights were once seen as a luxury, however, now they are considered to be worse than bus travel! According to Wilcox, commercial aviation is a broken service and it is evident from the fact that these flights have you coming to the airport three to four hours before the actual flight, even if you are traveling short distances like LAX to Las Vegas or Boston to New York. Air travel, in general, is supposed to be more time-efficient but the recent state of commercial aviation suggests otherwise.
So, are you planning any vacations soon?