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Win a Seat On the Inaugural JetSuiteX Flight!

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Exciting news for those of us who have “flying on a private jet” on our travel wish list! A next best thing is launching and you can win a ticket for the inaugural flight.

JetSuiteX is a new public charter carrier which will service San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. No subscription required!  Prices seem really affordable with flights in April starting at only $109. They even offer summer flights from San Jose to Bozeman, MT.

jetsuitex routes

In addition to being able to earn JetBlue TrueBlue points with each flight:

JetSuiteX will provide many of the comforts usually associated with private jet. Each aircraft will feature 30 seats with 36-inch seat pitch (single and double per row), free wi-fi and the coolest benefit—service from private jet terminals (FBOs) … much faster, more comfortable and likely to major delays, long security lines or congested airports. 

jetsuitex private jet planes

They also have free inflight entertainment, power outlets at every seat, and complimentary gourmet snacks, beverages, wines, and spirits.

This seems like a great option for a weekend winetasting get away from Los Angeles. They have a flight out Friday evening and a 7AM flight back on Monday.

How to Win a Ticket on the JetSuiteX Inaugural Flight

Boarding Area readers can win a seat on that first flight April 19 simply by commenting on the official giveaway post (not this page, though I love to hear from ya’ll).

Not only will you win a seat, you’ll also get free flights from where you live in the US to make the flight.

JetSuiteX free private jet flight details

Winners will be picked on Saturday, April 16. One entry per person, and tell them I sent you. 🙂

Good luck!!

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1 Comment

  1. Debbie

    April 15, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    This would be sooo much fun!

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