OneJet selects new fleet platform

OneJet said it has confirmed plans to finalize the selection of its next fleet platform during the fourth quarter.

The company said it has retained SkyWorks Capital to assist in the structuring and closing of the transaction, and expects to finalize its selection within the next four to six weeks.

OneJet currently utilizes Hawker 400 light jet aircraft and has confirmed that its latest selection will also be within the light jet category, with aircraft capable of transporting 7-8 passengers up to 1000 miles. The program´s expansion schedule will call for approximately one aircraft per month, beginning in January of next year and up to 50 aircraft over the course of the next three years.

The company operates a five point network, including Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Memphis, and Nashville. OneJet service includes TSA Pre access for eligible customers, expedited boarding, and complimentary on board amenities. Flights are easily bookable through corporate points of sale and online travel retailers, including Expedia.

OneJet is an air transportation network that provides consumers increased access to nonstop travel in small to mid-size markets, at relatively low cost.