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JetSuiteX to Introduce Burbank – Mammoth Lakes Service

JetSuiteX Embraer 135

New public charter service JetSuiteX, is introducing service between Burbank and Mammoth Lakes, starting December 15th and running through April 3rd, 2017.

JetSuiteX, whose parent company, JetSuite, recently announced an investment from JetBlue, offers the speed of private jet travel but at commercial fares, and is the only nonstop service for sale on this route.

“We are thrilled to offer the Los Angeles market another JetSuiteX destination, following Las Vegas, Concord and San Jose,” said JetSuite CEO Alex Wilcox.

“Our scheduled charter service will allow Angelenos the opportunity to enjoy the epic terrain and long ski season that Mammoth Lakes is known for. Best of all, you can get to the airport 20 minutes before your flight, be on the slopes an hour earlier and bring all of your ski gear for no extra charge!”

JetSuiteX will connect Burbank Bob Hope Airport with Mammoth Yosemite Airport with four roundtrip flights per week, a 4:15pm departure from Burbank’s Hangar 2 and a 5:45pm return flight from Mammoth Lakes, on Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Monday, on luxuriously configured Embraer 135 aircraft.

The public charter operator launched service in April, and currently offers regular flights in major west coast markets, including San Diego, Las Vegas, Burbank, San Jose and Concord, Calif. in the East Bay.

“The addition of JetSuiteX service to Mammoth Yosemite Airport this winter will offer a unique, high end experience of private air service without the need to charter your own plane,” said Mammoth Lakes Tourism Executive Director John Urdi.

“The convenience of service from Burbank, the hassle free boarding process and no baggage fees will make this service very attractive to our guests. We look forward to a long relationship, and possibly expanded routes offered with JetSuiteX in the future.”

JetSuiteX provides many of the comforts usually associated with private jet travel but for the price of a traditional airline seat, including:

  • Flight departures from private jet terminals (FBOs) so the experience is faster and more comfortable, with no airport terminal delays, security lines, waiting for gates or long walks through terminals;
  • 4, 6, and 30 seat jets, each with legroom comparable to domestic airlines’ business class service;
  • Free seat assignments;
  • Individual power outlets;
  • Free WiFi and inflight entertainment onboard streamed to passengers’ personal devices, and;
  • Free drinks and snacks.

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