OneJet announced today it will begin serving Kansas City with nonstop weekday flights between Kansas City International Airport (MCI) and Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) on March 7, 2018 and Memphis International Airport (MEM) March 27.
The service will be operated twice daily with the new OneJet Plus service on 30-seat Embraer ERJ135 jet aircraft. OneJet Plus service provides travelers enhanced amenities, including expanded legroom at each seat; complimentary 4G high-speed WiFi; streaming entertainment gate to gate; and complimentary beer, wine and snacks en route.
Tickets will be available for purchase January 17, 2018 at OneJet.com.
Ranked by daily passengers, Pittsburgh is 4th largest destination from Kansas City without nonstop air service, and Memphis is typically a drive market.
“The Kansas City Aviation Department is very pleased with OneJet’s decision to add Kansas City as they launch their high-quality OneJet Plus product,” said Justin Meyer, deputy director of aviation – marketing & air service development. “Memphis and Pittsburgh are commonly requested destinations from our guests. These two new routes provide local travelers enhanced access to the places they wish to visit.”
Pittsburgh – Weekday service begins March 7, 2018
PIT to MCI: Departing 6 a.m. ET and arriving 7 a.m. CT
MCI to PIT: Departing 8:40 a.m. CT and arriving 11:20 a.m. ET
PIT to MCI: Departing 5 p.m. ET and arriving 6 p.m. CT
MCI to PIT: Departing 7:50 p.m. CT and arriving 10:30 p.m. ET
Memphis – Weekday service begins March 27, 2018
MEM to MCI: Departing 6:55 a.m. CT and arriving 8:15 a.m. CT
MCI to MEM: Departing 7:25 a.m. CT and arriving 8:35 a.m. CT
MEM to MCI: Departing 6:15 p.m. CT and arriving 7:25 p.m. CT
MCI to MEM: Departing 6:25 p.m. CT and arriving 7:35 p.m. CT
Flights may be booked directly online at onejet.com or through travelers’ preferred corporate travel agency. For customer inquiries or travel assistance, call 1-844- ONEJET1 (663-5381).
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