OneJet today announced direct flights between Pittsburgh and Providence in the beginning of October 25th.
The twice daily service will offer the only nonstop flight option between the Pittsburgh International Airport and Providence’s T. F. Green Airport, offering convenient morning and afternoon departures.
“Providence has been one of the most demanded destinations by our business customers, and today we’re pleased to offer them a new nonstop service to meet that demand,” said Matthew Maguire, OnetJet CEO. “We would particularly like to thank our
“We would particularly like to thank our airports partners in both cities and look forward to serving both Pittsburgh and Providence based travelers with the new service.”
OneJet opened its first base in Pittsburgh in May 2016 with two daily flights. The company now offers over 160 weekly flights to and from Pittsburgh, with weekday flights to Indianapolis, Hartford, Cincinnati, Richmond, Louisville, Albany, Milwaukee and Providence. OneJet provides the exclusive nonstop service in these markets, with fast and convenient links for business travelers to and from the region, including those of major corporate customers such as FedEx and PNC Bank.
OneJet’s flights are operated by Hawker 400XP turbojet aircraft.