The OneJet airplane at the Albany International Airport. (Photo via the airport)
COLONIE – OneJet launched a new twice-daily air service between Albany and Buffalo on Tuesday, Feb. 13.
“Business travelers that have been making the frequent four-hour road trip to Buffalo can now relax in comfort, read the morning papers, utilize OneJet’s WiFi and be in Buffalo in one hour and, when work is done, return to Albany in time for dinner,” said John O’Donnell, CEO of the Albany County Airport Authority.
OneJet also introducing its new OneJet Plus service, an expanded service onboard larger ERJ135 aircraft and providing travelers enhanced amenities, including expanded legroom; complimentary 4G high-speed Wi-Fi; streaming entertainment gate to gate; and complimentary beer, wine and snacks.
Travelers will also receive the same check-in conveniences that standard OneJet flights provide, including TSA PreCheck access for eligible travelers and valet planeside baggage service.
“Air service between Buffalo and Albany was presented as a mission-critical route for the upstate New York business community, and we’re pleased to offer this new nonstop service to meet that demand,” said Matthew Maguire, OneJet CEO.
The twice-daily round-trip flights:
For additional information, visit www.onejet.com. For customer inquiries or travel assistance, call 1-844- ONEJET1 (1-844-663-5381)