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JetSuiteX to Fly from Seattle’s Boeing Field

JetSuiteX's time-saving flights between Oakland (OAK) and Seattle (BFI) launch July 1

JetSuiteX, a startup offering daily flights from private terminals for the cost of a commercial ticket, says it will be bringing service to Seattle’s King County International Airport-Boeing Field (BFI) from California’s Bay Area (via OAK) beginning on July 1, offering up to three round-trip flights a day between Oakland and Seattle. Ticket prices will start at $99 one-way.

The announcement coincides with JetSuiteX’s third anniversary and the addition of service to Seattle extends JetSuiteX’s route network of six destinations so far, including Orange County (SNA), Las Vegas (LAS), Concord/East Bay (CCR), Oakland (OAK) and Burbank (BUR), as well as Coachella Valley/Thermal (TRM) and Mammoth (MMH) seasonally.

“In 2016, we set out to create an entirely new air travel experience designed to make flying short distances faster, easier and more enjoyable,” said Alex Wilcox, Co-Founder and CEO of JetSuiteX. “Travelers between Seattle and the Bay Area can now shave time by flying from the conveniently-located Boeing Field.”

JetSuiteX saves its customers up to an hour on each end of the trip by flying out of private terminals on 30-seat Embraer 135 aircraft while bypassing the long lines, crowds, and hassles associated with major airports. With JetSuiteX, passengers arrive at a private terminal just 20 minutes before their flight and can enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages (including cocktails while in-flight), 36 inches of leg room and up to three pieces of complimentary checked baggage. Other amenities include:

•Free inflight messaging, with power outlets at every row

•A quick, effortless security screening process that meets and exceeds TSA requirements

•Free drinks and snacks

JetSuiteX flies 330 weekly scheduled flights and focuses on connecting highly desirable business and leisure markets within 500 miles, which means customers can save up to two hours each time they fly by avoiding crowded airports and long drives.  

Tickets can be purchased by going to and are currently available for purchase through August 31, 2019.