Share this article:

Seats on scheduled charters by JetSuiteX will be available on JetBlue’s website starting May 1 in an industry practice called code-sharing.

The move gives JetSuiteX access to JetBlue’s much-larger presence—JetSuiteX has 750 flights a month; JetBlue has 925 a day—and gives JetBlue passengers access to JetSuiteX flights, which commonly include an expedited experience at airports because they leave from a fixed-base operator—areas designated for general aviation—rather than a standard terminal and gate.

Get the latest OC business and Coronavirus updates

Most of the scheduled charter carrier’s planes now fly among Burbank, Northern California, Las Vegas and some resort destinations.

JetSuiteX is part of JetSuite, a charter airline. Both are based in Irvine, across the street from John Wayne Airport, and plan to move to Texas by fall.

JetBlue has invested in JetSuiteX.