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JetSuiteX Flights Between Oakland and Burbank Take Off This November

JetSuiteX Embraer 135
Embraer 135 | JetSuiteX

JetSuiteX announced today that it will jet to the heart of the Bay Area with service between private terminals at Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport and Oakland International Airport starting in mid-November.

“JetSuiteX was created to be the ultimate travel hack for time-starved travelers, especially those going between LA and the San Francisco areas, who are tired of waiting in line after line, just to wait some more,” said Alex Wilcox, founder and CEO of JetSuiteX. “Our customers get to arrive refreshed when they skip things like spending more time in an airport than in air, getting herded through lines or feeling the discomfort of boarding a plane with 100 other people.”

Director of Aviation at Oakland International Airport, Bryant L. Francis adds:

“We are so pleased to welcome JetSuiteX to the growing list of options available to our customers. OAK is in the midst of an extended period of passenger traffic growth, made possible in large part by a significant increase in nonstop destinations served. Introducing new charter-style flight options at Oakland dovetails with our goal of offering more choices to the growing Bay Area customer base, many of whom live closest to OAK.”

Residents of San Francisco, Oakland and surrounding Bay Area communities can jet between private terminals saving up to an hour on each end of their trips.

JetSuiteX also services the rest of the San Francisco Bay and other West Coast destinations, with flights between Concord/East Bay, San Jose, Burbank and Las Vegas.

JetSuiteX will serve Oakland with three-times daily round-trips every day except Saturday.

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