JSX launches flights from Dallas to Vegas

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A Dallas airline will launch its first-ever flight from Dallas to Las Vegas starting Friday with a return trip on Sunday. That will be the weekly schedule. 

JSX, which sells tickets on a charter-style jet that seats 30 people, said its package starts at $299 per person for a roundtrip flight and has even offered a package to stay at the Wynn Las Vegas Friday and Saturday nights and $50 dining credit starting at $785 per person. 

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JSX has daily flights to Las Vegas from Burbank, Orange County, Oakland and Phoenix and last week launched a package which includes a stay at the Wynn Las Vegas starting at $216 per person, according to Daphne Barahona, account director for Modern Currency PR. 

“The concept behind this was creating more micro-travel experiences within the destination,” Barahona said. “We’re expecting an uptick in domestic travel, and we wanted to create these worry-free and hassle-free experiences that people say I know where I’m going to stay and how I’m getting there, and it’s all been vetted.” 

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