Pittsburgh International Airport

ONEJET DOUBLES NONSTOP FLIGHTS FROM PITTSBURGH TO RICHMOND AND LOUISVILLE

ONEJET DOUBLES NONSTOP FLIGHTS FROM PITTSBURGH TO RICHMOND AND LOUISVILLE

PITTSBURGH – OneJet ( www.onejet.com), the air transportation network that provides increased access to nonstop travel in small and medium size markets, today announced additional flights to two existing markets from Pittsburgh International Airport. 
 
Beginning April 3, OneJet will add second flights to Richmond, VA and to Louisville, KY, reducing travel time between Pittsburgh and the respective cities to one hour on average.  OneJet announced the introduction of a Richmond route in December, and Louisville was introduced in July 2016.  The routes are part of a rapidly growing list of OneJet destinations from Pittsburgh, including Hartford, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Cincinnati and Albany.
 
“We're extremely pleased to offer increased schedule options for our customers in these markets. These secondary flights will create additional flexibility for both Pittsburgh based customers as well as those originating travel in Richmond and Louisville, providing convenient morning and afternoon departure options,” said OneJet’s Chief Executive Officer Matthew Maguire. “After reviewing booking trends in these markets, and comparing them to our experience in other multi-frequency markets, we saw an opportunity to better meet our customers needs and fulfill additional travel demand.”
 
The additional flights to both cities will go on sale March 1 st, with service beginning April 3 rd, pursuant to the following schedule:
 
  • Pittsburgh – Richmond, departing 08:35am and arriving 09:30am
  • Richmond – Pittsburgh, departing 9:50am and arriving 10:50am
  • Pittsburgh – Richmond, departing 3:15pm and arriving 4:10pm
  • Richmond – Pittsburgh, departing 4:30pm and arriving 5:30pm
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  • Pittsburgh – Louisville, departing 8:50am and arriving 9:50 am
  • Louisville – Pittsburgh, departing 10:10am and arriving 11:10am
  • Pittsburgh – Louisville, departing 3:10pm and arriving 4:10pm
  • Louisville – Pittsburgh, departing 4:30pm and arriving 5:30 pm
Passengers on the routes will enjoy a variety of travel-enhancing benefits, including TSA Pre access for eligible travelers, expedited boarding, complimentary high speed in flight WIFI, and a selection of healthy snacks.
 
“We are thrilled to see OneJet continuing to expand, and pleased to see Richmond and Louisville, two important business markets in the Pittsburgh region, added to their offerings,” said Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald. “These cities are not otherwise served nonstop on traditional carriers, so OneJet provides critical access for our business leaders to travel more efficiently to and from the region.”
 
Providing increased connectivity to travelers in this market is a priority for Pittsburgh International Airport. “OneJet is an important partner in providing nonstop service to seven regional cities from Pittsburgh,” said Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO Christina Cassotis. “These additional flight frequencies to Louisville and Richmond mean additional opportunities for businesses to develop and grow. We look forward to announcing new routes and more service on OneJet later this year.”
 
Flights may be booked online at www.onejet.com or through travelers’ preferred corporate travel agency. For inquiries or travel assistance, call 1-844-ONEJET1 (663-5381).
 
About OneJet
OneJet is an air transportation network that provides consumers increased access to nonstop travel in small and medium size markets, at relatively low cost. Services operate from the main commercial terminals and airports in markets served and feature TSA Pre® Access, expedited boarding, and complimentary on-board amenities, including high-speed internet access. All flights are operated by regionally based operating partners featuring ARG/US Platinum Safety-rated and TSA-certified operations. The company incorporates former senior leadership from the U.S. major airlines, the U.S. Department of Transportation, leading U.S. aircraft manufacturers, and TSA.