Deal alert: Hop-on jet service to Las Vegas and a night at the Wynn for $216

Passengers board a short flight of stairs in the 30-seat JSX aircraft. (Joe Magdalena)
Las Vegas recently reopened after a month-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To attract visitors, the hop-on jet service JSX and Wynn Las Vegas wasted no time working out a cute flight hotel deal starting at $ 216 per person.
It includes round-trip JSX flights from private terminals at Hollywood Burbank or John Wayne airports. a room with a king-size bed that, if available, can be upgraded to a suite; and $ 50 credit at select Wynn restaurants. (You still pay a resort fee of $ 45 a night.)
Although Las Vegas started welcoming visitors last week, California still has a home stay order asking residents to reschedule unnecessary travel. You may still want to book for a later appointment. The deal runs until July 31.
JSX flies to a private terminal at McCarran International Airport and relies on travelers to feel more comfortable in the small hangars that become lounges. The temperatures of the planes are measured by a thermal imaging system, the seat configurations facilitate distance (two seats on one side, one seat on the other, with a maximum of 30 planes) and the planes are equipped with new HEPA filters to improve air circulation, according to a JSX instruction.
JSX pilots are screened without taking off their shoes or filling airport style plastic containers with computers and other electronics. Every plane can check two pieces of luggage free of charge. Snacks and cocktails are also free. Face coverings are required in the lounge and on board.
The offer also applies to flights from Dallas, Oakland and Phoenix.
Info: Book at or call Wynn at (702) 770-2223 and use the promotion code JSXPKG.

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