JSX Flight Attendant Salary and Benefits 

As a Flight Attendant for JSX, you will get the chance to earn an estimated monthly pay of $47,710 per year or $3,975 per month. These rates are according to Glassdoor, one of the most trusted salaries and job review sites online. Earning as an FA is competitive since you still get bonuses, stock options, commissions, profit sharing, and tips all of which may add up to your compensation.

JSX formerly JetSuiteX is a United States and Mexican air carrier that describes itself as a “hop-on jet service” that operates point-to-point flights between and within Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, and Texas in the United States and Baja California Sur in Mexico. The airline offers its flights as public air charters, while its affiliate Delux Public Charter operates flights under 14 CFR Part 135. JSX is a hop-on jet service that is more comfortable in the air and speedier on the ground. As a one-of-a-kind public charter operator, it can provide passengers with the benefits of private air travel at affordable rates.

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Cash Salary Breakdown

  • Basic Salary –  According to Glassdoor, a Flight Attendant working in JSX can earn an estimated amount of $3,975  per month as monthly pay. The was computed through the provided annual rate from the said source.
  • Flying Pay – There is no published information on how much is the flying hours rate for a flight attendant in JSX. But this salary is based on the number of flying duty hours you have accumulated for the month.
  • Layover Allowance– Currently, there are no publicized per diem pay or layover allowance for JSX cabin crews. The usual per diem pay for new flight attendants in the USA  is $2 per hour. The per diem pay is intended to cover the expenses of all your meals and some other expenses during a stopover.
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  • Medical Insurance – Flight Attendants are covered with comprehensive medical insurance. Some airlines even pay a significant portion of the expense, making the monthly premium for medical and prescription drug coverage for employees and their families very low and reasonable.
  • Life Insurance – JSX provides comprehensive life insurance for its Flight Attendants.
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Paid at the usual day rate plus a per diem. Flight attendants are paid a per diem when traveling for work, which covers food and other expenses.
  • Salary guaranteed for 14 days each month
  • Productivity Pay and a quarterly bonus are available.
  • Day tours and overnight stays are possible.
  • $165.00 per day online pay
  • $135 per day of Paid Training
  • Health, Dental, Life Insurance & other benefits
  • Eligible for Productivity Pay & additional quarterly bonus
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Difference Between Private Charter VS. Commercial Flights

Because of certain advantages and comforts, private jet charters are substantially more expensive than commercial flights. Many charter flights are charged on an hourly basis. The booking procedure and flight details can be managed online or over the phone. By taking a commercial aircraft, you will most likely save money, but you will forego crucial resources such as time and comfort. In either case, the cost of traveling privately is likely to be easily justified.

Video: INSIDE America’s Private Jet Airline | The JSX Experience

JSX, formerly known as JetSuiteX, is based in Dallas and operates 14 aircraft. In this video, you will be able to witness a not-so-usual onboarding setup. As per Tek Trendy, JSX offers a response to consumers who needed efficient short-distance travel at a reasonable cost it’s “typically billed as private jet travel for the price of a coach” – Tek says. As a Flight Attendant, you will learn how to work and move in a narrow space plane, especially if you are working in a Private Jet Airline like JSX.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. Does JSX provide paid training?

Before getting your first route assignment as a Cabin Crew, you need to go through the final phase which is the Training. At JSX you will be provided with Training pay of $135 per day.

2. As a trainee, am I going to receive a holiday or per diem pay?

Most of the time trainees do not receive any holiday or per diem pay, this is because the said benefit is only allotted for “employees.” If you were just in the training phase, you are not eligible for this type of benefit.

3. Where does JSX fly?

JSX is predominantly a West Coast airline, with flights to and from California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado, but the carrier is rapidly increasing its route network. It now operates flights from Westchester County (HPN) in New York to Orlando (MCO) and Miami (MIA), as well as destinations throughout Texas

4. Does the airline give work-life balance pay?

One of the benefits JSX is proud of is work-life integration for Flight Attendants. There are only a few airlines that give this kind of benefit. Though there are still other perks you can expect from the airline, receiving this perk is one of a kind.

5. What type of bonus does JSX give?

This airline is one of the most generous when it comes to providing bonuses. If you work as a Flight Attendant at JSX, the company will give you Productivity Pay and Quarter Bonus.

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According to Glassdoor, a Flight Attendant at JSX can earn an estimated base pay of $47,710 per year or $3,975 per month. JSX is not only a lifestyle carrier, but also a lifestyle employer, where entrepreneurship meets determination, doing what is best is expected, and the journey is just as considered as an objective. The airline always you can always have JSX at your back and believe in a clear route to success, as well as being diverse and open-minded and having a lot of fun along the way! This airline might be the one you are looking for – generous bonus, paid training days, and better salary rate, it’s definitely JSX