OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — OneJet is discontinuing its nonstop flights between Omaha and Milwaukee.
The Omaha World-Herald reports that the service will end April 12. A OneJet spokesman says the airline is in the process of upgrading its fleet from seven-seat jets to 30-seat jets and making adjustments to its service accordingly.
The airline began offering the service in November. It offered two flights per weekday between Omaha and Milwaukee.
OneJet flies small jets to and from regional markets, such as Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Milwaukee and Pittsburgh.
Most Read Business Stories
- Seattle-area home price cool-down stands out among U.S. cities
- Flawed analysis, failed oversight: How Boeing, FAA certified the suspect 737 MAX flight control system | Times Watchdog
- Boeing has 737 MAX software fix ready for airlines as DOT launches new scrutiny of entire FAA certification process
- Belltown penthouse is region’s priciest condo sale ever — and new owners won't even live there
- Amazon finds an alternative workforce through Northwest Center, a Seattle nonprofit helping people with disabilities
Information from: Omaha World-Herald, http://www.omaha.com