BURBANK, CA – An agreement to have a hop-on jet between Reno, Nevada and Burbank, California has been set in stone as tourism picks back up.
Do you remember the first time you took a plane somewhere? Back when TSA was more relaxed because there was not much to be concerned about? There’s a weightless feeling to it that feels wonderful. Almost like you’re scratching the sky with a flutter of your eyelids. Then, as the rise becomes a plateau of stratospheric stability, you get to stand on your own. And feel like a God. Because you’re standing, in the middle of the sky, at hundreds of miles per hour, drinking orange juice and eating peanuts. Doesn’t that give you pins and needles just thinking about it?
Now, throw in a personal jet, pay eighty-nine dollars for it, and end up near Las Vegas hours later.
That’s what is happenning with JSX as they promise a “hassle-free” experience for all to enjoy. This is in collaboration with the Regional Air Service Corporation (RASC) and the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA).
One might say this is a very welcome turn of events for the travel industry. Planes, trains and automobiles have undergone major shifts of depression, no thanks to COVID-19. Uber had to lay off thousands of employees, buses of the LA Metro system have had to offer free fare and planes? Don’t even get me started on planes.
I know friends and family who have had to wear masks on planes. Gas-masks. How embarrassingly-cool is that?
If I were you, I’d say start booking now. Tickets as good as these have a tendency to run dry quickly. Don’t muck about!
Travelers can begin booking online for these flights starting on Thursday, September 24th.
Learn more about JSX’s “flying, redesigned” on their website.