JSX ERJ-145 Suffers Gear Collapse on Landing at Houston

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A JetSuiteX (JSX) Embraer ERJ-145 suffered a left main gear collapse during the landing roll Houston Hobby Airport on 3 May 2024.

JSX flight XE284, an Embraer ERJ-145 inbound from Dallas Love had made an approach and landing on RWY04 Houston William P. Hobby Airport (HOU).

JSX XE284 Dallas-Houston

During the landing roll as the aircraft decelerated at low speed, the left-hand main undercarriage collapsed.

The landing gear collapse caused the aircraft to veer off the left-hand runway edge before coming to a stop.

Of the 21 passengers and three crew members on board, one crew member received minor injuries during the landing accident.

All of the occupants were disembarked from the aircraft without further incident. The aircraft suffered substantial damage as a result of the event.

Photo via Twitter/X

The landing accident will be the subject of an NTSB investigation.

The aircraft involved in the flight XE284 rotation from Dallas Love was an Embraer ERJ-145, registered N942JX.

This is a 23.2-year-old regional commuter aircraft belonging to the carrier JSX. It has been in operational service with the operator since August 2022. It is passed through three other US operators since its original delivery in April 2001

JSX, formerly known as JetSuiteX, is an American airline that offers a unique flying experience compared to traditional commercial airlines. Here’s a breakdown of what they offer:

What they are:

  • An airline focused on short-distance flights within the United States and Mexico.
  • They describe themselves as a “hop-on jet service” due to the ease and speed of travel.

Travel Experience:

  • They fly out of private terminals, avoiding the crowds and long lines of commercial airports.
  • Check-in is quick, typically around 20 minutes before departure.
  • Spacious cabins with business class legroom and complimentary amenities like drinks and snacks.
  • Faster deplaning times after landing, allowing you to be on your way quicker.


  • JSX flies point-to-point between various destinations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, and Texas, as well as Baja California Sur in Mexico.

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