Posted on: 14 March 2018 by Chloe Greenbank
Kansas City Airport and West Palm Beach will welcome a new link later this month with Pittsburgh, thanks to OneJet – the US carrier operating regional aircraft and small business jets.
Established to provide consumers increased access to nonstop travel in the small to medium markets at relatively low cost, OneJet typically uses the normal passenger terminals and gates of the airports it flies to rather than operating from a private terminal or fixed-base operator (FBO) facility.
The new routes to West Palm Beach in Florida and Kansas City in Missouri will provide fast and reliable flight options to regional business travellers, including those employed by major corporate customers in the Pittsburgh area.
The launch of the Pittsburgh route will coincide with the introduction of the airline’s new OneJet Plus service, which will offer an enhanced service and amenities onboard larger ERJ135 aircraft. “For the past two years, OneJet’s right-sized, point-to-point , nonstop services have met our customers’ demand for expedited travel between key business and leisure destinations,” said OneJet’s CEO, Matthew Maguire.
Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO, Christina Cassotis told reporters “OneJet’s unique business model that caters to corporate travellers is a key part of the regional network strategy of Pittsburgh International Airport.”