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Small Airlines Help Stranded Holiday Travelers in Las Vegas

28 December 2022, Wednesday
As major airlines strive to rebook passengers hoping to enjoy the holidays, some smaller companies are stepping in to assist thousands of individuals that found themselves stranded throughout the country, including in Las Vegas.

Expressing his empathy for the stuck travelers, Alex Wilcox, the CEO of JSX, a United States and Mexico air provider who own a total of 77 planes, voiced his concern: “No matter who you’re with, it’s heartbreaking to have to cancel a flight when you can’t see your friends and family.”

In response to the present requirement, JSX has added flights to their range.

Flights to and from Las Vegas have sold out for the upcoming days. In an attempt to accommodate travelers, many airlines have added new flights to places like southern California, Burbank, Denver, Boulder, Phoenix, and Dallas. Justin Sullivan, the spokesperson for Southwest Airlines, believes that the key to resolving the problem lies in decomplicating the travel business. He also encourages travelers to put a trackable tag in their luggage prior to their journey.
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