OneJet (, the air transportation network that provides increased access to nonstop travel in small and medium size markets, today announced two new routes from Pittsburgh International, with twice daily nonstop service debuting to Nashville beginning July 12th and service to Providence beginning August 23rd (subject to customary Department of Transportation approval).  The flights will offer additional convenience and options for travelers between the cities.

Pittsburgh-Nashville flights will complement Southwest’s existing single daily nonstop, providing a diversified schedule for business travelers:

Pittsburgh to Nashville – departing at 8:50am (arriving 9:10am local) and 3:00pm (arriving 3:20pm local)

Nashville to Pittsburgh – departing at 9:30am (arriving 11:50am local) and 3:40pm (arriving 6:00pm local)

Nashville flights will go on sale beginning Monday, June 26th, with Providence flight schedules and inventory opening for sale August 1st, pending receipt of Department of Transportation approval.

The service will be operated by the company’s Hawker 400XP jet aircraft.  Passengers on the routes will enjoy a variety of travel-enhancing benefits, including TSA Pre access for eligible travelers, expedited boarding, complimentary high speed WIFI, and a selection of healthy snacks.

OneJet CEO, Matthew Maguire, commented: “Nashville and Providence were two of our most highly demanded destinations from the Pittsburgh community.  In addition to Southwest’s offering in the market, Pittsburgh travelers will now have access to additional schedule options designed to provide easy day trips between Pittsburgh and Nasvhille.  We’re equally excited to welcome Providence to the One Jet network, building upon our existing service to Hartford to expand our presence in the Northeast market.”

Rhode Island Airport Corporation President and CEO, Iftikhar Ahmad, stated: “We are pleased to have One Jet service offered from Green Airport (PVD) to Pittsburgh, which has long been an important market for our passengers.  We welcome One Jet and expect the customer centric amenities they offer will have great appeal to our business travelers.”

One Jet currently provides service to numerous cities from Pittsburgh International Airport, including Albany, Cincinnati, Hartford, Indianapolis, Louisville, Milwaukee, and Richmond.  With the addition of Nashville and Providence, the company will offer a total of 36 daily flights to and from the Pittsburgh area.

Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO, Christina Cassotis, concluded: “With the addition of these new routes, OneJet will serve nine cities nonstop from Pittsburgh, which has been an essential part of our strategy to rebuild access to other medium size cities and increase opportunities for our region.”

For additional information, please visit For customer inquiries or travel assistance, please call 1-844-ONEJET1 (663-5381).

About OneJet

OneJet is an air transportation network that provides consumers increased access to nonstop travel in small to mid-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. 

About Green Airport 

Green (PVD), located 8 miles south of Providence in Warwick, Rhode Island, is the 3rd largest airport in New England, with a catchment area that attracts passengers from nearby Massachusetts and southeastern Connecticut. Almost two-thirds (64%) of New England’s population lives within 75 miles of Green, and 25% of the US population lives within 500 miles of PVD.

Airlines serving PVD: Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest and United.  International service includes TACV, which flies year round to Cabo Verde; Norwegian Airlines, with nonstop service to Ireland, Northern Ireland, Norway and Scotland and to Guadeloupe and Martinique this fall; and Azores Airlines with seasonal service to Ponta Delgada and beyond.  Cargo carriers, Fed Ex and UPS, round out the service.  MBTA commuter rail service connects PVD to Boston.  Visit

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