OneJet, the air transportation network that provides consumers with increased access to nonstop travel in small and medium markets, today inaugurated nonstop service between Kansas City International Airport (MCI) and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), the company said.
OneJet will now offer twice-daily round-trip flights between Kansas City International Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport.
The OneJet Plus service, which debuted on the company´s Buffalo to Albany route in February, provides an enhanced service experience onboard retrofitted ERJ 135 regional jet aircraft, including increased leg room at every seat, complimentary 4G high-speed Wi-Fi, streaming entertainment gate to gate, and complimentary beer, wine and premium snacks en-route.
The OneJet Plus–branded ERJ135 aircraft offers a comfortable 30-seat cabin for the two-hour gate-to-gate service, with convenient morning and afternoon flights Monday through Friday.
OneJet opened its first base in Pittsburgh in May 2016 with two daily flights. The company now offers more than 220 weekly flights to and from its operating bases in Pittsburgh and Milwaukee, as well as exclusive nonstop service to and from Albany, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Columbus, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Louisville, Omaha, Palm Beach, Providence and Richmond.
OneJet is an air transportation network that provides consumers increased access to nonstop travel in small to midsize markets, at relatively low cost. Services operate from the main commercial terminals and airports in markets served and feature TSA PreCheck access, expedited boarding and complimentary onboard amenities, including high-speed Internet access.
All flights are operated by regionally based operating partners featuring ARGUS Platinum safety-rated and TSA-certified operations. The company incorporates former senior leadership from the major US airlines, the US Department of Transportation, US aircraft manufacturers and the TSA.