JSX Adds Dallas to Scottsdale Route, Eliminates Austin Entirely

JSX, a Dallas based “hop-on” jet carrier, is adding some new lines to their route map. The airline will begin service between Dallas Love Field (DAL) and Scottsdale, AZ (SCF) on October 3rd, 2024.

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JSX is adding 4x weekly service between Dallas Love Field and Scottsdale

JSX Adds Dallas to Scottsdale Flights

The airline plans to connect their home base of Dallas to sunny Scottsdale 4x weekly. Flights will operate on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays utilizing Embraer ERJ-135/145 aircraft. All JSX planes are outfitted with 30 seats in an all business class configuration.

The flights will operate on the following schedule:

XE 750 Departs: 8:45a Arrives: 9:30a

XE 751 Departs: 2:00p Arrives: 6:30p

The flights are blocked at 2h 45m westbound and 2h 30m eastbound. Tickets are currently on sale at JSX.com for roughly $800 round trip.

Mrs. ATX and I have flown JSX multiple times and it offers a fantastic travel experience. Since they operate from private terminals and FBOs you can arrive at the airport only 20 minutes prior to departure. WIth no security checks, complimentary onboard snacks, and free checked bags it makes for a great way to fly.

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JSX operates from private terminals and FBOs allowing you to skip the security line

The only major downside is the route network is limited and most flights operate daily or less than daily so your schedule will need to be flexible. They also can’t rebook you on other carriers should you experience IRROPS.

Austin Flying Eliminated

The most interesting thing I noticed in the announcement email from JSX was their updated route map. Austin is missing from the map entirely.

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JSX’s Current Route Map No Longer Shows Austin

Up until last year, the airline had a fairly robust operation at Austin’s Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). However, in December of 2023 JSX moved to Austin Executive Airport (EDC) due “real estate constraints”.

At the time of the move, a JSX spokesperson told local NBC affiliate KXAN the following:

“JSX is not pulling out of the Austin market, which remains one of our more popular regional hubs. We are actively working to resolve real estate constraints that are inhibiting our ability to serve the market sustainably and enable our growth and cater to our customer demand. JSX remains committed to serving the Austin community and looks forward to resuming flights once a more sufficient place from which to operate is secured.”

JSX Spokesperson

The airline was only operating the contractually obligated route between Austin and Taos, NM though that appears to have ended. While EDC is still listed on the JSX booking dropdown, it shows no route options.

JSX’s move from AUS to EDC already made it inconvenient for most Austinites and with the contract for Taos flying expiring it doesn’t appear that JSX saw the necessary demand to add any more routes. Hopefully we see them resolve their issues at AUS and return to the market soon.


JSX is expanding their opperings out of Dallas Love Field with 4x weekly flights to Scottsdale beginning on October 3rd. This comes as the airline has quietly removed Austin from its route map.

    1. Thanks for the link. Taos is also missing from the route map on JSX’s website and you can’t find it on the destinations dropdown either.

      Assuming it will get re-added but flights are supposed to start in just over a month and they aren’t on sale yet.

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