Affordable Texas-based jet service JSX doubles Houston-Dallas flights

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Thursday, August 19, 2021
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HOUSTON, Texas -- Attention, frequent flyers: Dallas-based hop-on jet service JSX is buckling in for even more flights between Houston and Big D. JSX is doubling the number of flights offered each day between the two cities, beginning Sept. 27.

Details of the expanded JSX service between Houston and Dallas are:

  • Increased flight schedule starts Sept. 27.
  • Flights operate up to four times per day, each way.
  • Flights operate between private hangars at Houston Hobby and Dallas Love Field.
  • Fares start at $129 one way.

Note: The video above is from a previous ABC13 report published on Aug. 17 on the Transportation Security Administration's new ruling on masks. The rule states that everyone traveling on a plane must wear a face covering through Jan. 2022. To read more, click here.

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