One Jet will be transitioning its operations to a fully owned 135 operating certificate over the next 8 weeks. During this transition, we will be suspending scheduled services on current routes. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this disruption; the result of this transition will be a more robust and reliable operation for our customers from the fourth quarter forward.
We presently expect inventory to re-open for sale beginning October 1st and will make additional information available at that time.
OneJet, the air transportation network providing nonstop connectivity within medium-size markets, today, May 1, announced the completion of an acquisition agreement with Ultimate JetCharters. As one of the country’s premier charter operators, Ultimate JetCharters operates 30-seat Dornier (below) and Embraer regional jet aircraft for private charter clients, as well as per-seat scheduled services on select routes under the Ultimate Air Shuttle brand.
The combined operation will have a collective fleet of nearly 25 aircraft by the end of 2018, including aircraft operated by Ultimate and existing operating partner, Contour Airlines. Ultimate will be integrated into OneJet’s network during the course of the next month, with flights beginning on June 4.
Concurrently, OneJet will continue to accelerate the addition of Embraer ERJ aircraft to its network throughout the course of 2018; the company introduced the aircraft with the launch of service between Buffalo and Albany earlier this year.
The Ultimate Air Shuttle brand will remain independent and continue to operate per-seat scheduled services to and from Cincinnati, as well as private charters for corporate, casino and collegiate clients.
Together, the companies’ networks will serve over 17 cities, including Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Albany, Buffalo, Hartford, West Palm Beach, Kansas City, New York (via Morristown, New Jersey), Chicago, Charlotte, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Louisville, Atlanta, Columbus and Raleigh-Durham.
OneJet will make various schedule and routing adjustments during May, including the announcement of several new routes, as the Ultimate operations are integrated into its network.
OneJet has announced it will add two new Embraer ERJ 135 routes from Pittsburgh. Kansas City will start on March 21 followed by West Palm Beach on March 29 from PIT.
On March 21, OneJet issued this statement:
OneJet, the air transportation network that provides consumers with increased access to nonstop travel in small and medium markets, On March 21 inaugurated nonstop service between Kansas City International Airport (MCI) and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT).
OneJet will now offer twice-daily round-trip flights between Kansas CityInternational Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport.
Morning Flights: PIT to MCI: departing 6:00 a.m. ET and arriving 7:15 a.m. CT
MCI to PIT: departing 7:45 a.m. CT and arriving 10:50 a.m. ET
Afternoon Flights: (Not available on Wednesday)
PIT to MCI: departing 5:30 p.m. ET and arriving 6:45 p.m. CT
MCI to PIT: departing 7:15 p.m. CT and arriving 10:20 p.m. ET
Afternoon Flights: (Wednesday only)
PIT to MCI: departing 6:10 pm ET and arriving at 7:25 pm CT
MCI to PIT: departing 7:55 pm ET and arriving 11:00 pm ET
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, West Palm Beach, Providence and Richmond.
OneJet (Indianapolis) will add Nashville, Tennessee as a new destination city to its growing network. OneJet flights from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) and Nashville International Airport (BNA) will be available for purchase beginning August 13, 2015, for operation starting on September 8, 2015. Nashville joins a growing list of cities from Indianapolis offering OneJet service, including Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and Memphis, all introduced earlier this year.
OneJet flights will depart Indianapolis at 8:00am and arrive in Nashville at 8:15am. Flights from Nashville will depart at 4:15pm, arriving in Indianapolis at 6:40pm. All times local.
Flights operate from main commercial terminals and airports in markets served currently including Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Memphis, and Nashville providing weekday service on Hawker 400 light jet aircraft. All flights are operated by regionally based operating partners featuring ARG/US Platinum Safety-rated and TSA-certified operations.
Memphis was added on June 22. OneJet will announce a second focus city on or before September 15.
OneJet (Indianapolis) has announced that it will expand its network of nonstop air travel service with the addition of two routes beginning in May: Nonstop service from Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) to Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is scheduled to begin May 4 and nonstop service from Indianapolis International Airport (IND) to Pittsburgh is set to begin May 11. The new flights follow OneJet’s April 6th commencement of service between Milwaukee and Indianapolis.
About MKE-PIT Service
The new MKE-PIT flights will be offered four times weekly, Monday through Thursday, departing from MKE at 8:00 a.m. and arriving PIT at 10:10 a.m. Return service from PIT will depart at 4:30 p.m. and arrive MKE at 4:50 p.m. (all times local).
About IND-PIT Service
The new IND-PIT flights will be offered four times weekly, Monday through Thursday, departing from IND at 7:00 a.m. and arriving PIT at 8:00 a.m. Return service from PIT will depart at 5:00 p.m. and arrive IND at 6:10 p.m. (all times local).
All flights will feature Hawker 400 aircraft operated by OneJet’s regional operating partner, Pentastar Aviation.
OneJet is launching scheduled passenger service from Indianapolis to Milwaukee with Hawk 400 jet aircraft on April 6. This will be the first scheduled route for this upstart. The new service will operate four days a week and will use the J1 code.
Flights are operated by Pentastar Aviation Charter Inc., subject to DOT Part 380 regulations.