A new airline has quietly taken its first flights, landing in Milwaukee with a few empty bottles of complimentary Evian but very little fanfare. OneJet’s nonstop service (you know, because passengers take one jet per trip) began on April 6, flying from Indianapolis to Milwaukee and the airline has since announced that it will add Pittsburgh to its list of destinations in early May.
The Cambridge, Mass.-based airline will use three seven-seat Hawker 400 aircraft to service the three airports, and the company provides a couple of perks that its bigger brothers can’t (including, say, a direct flight from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis). Eligible OneJet passengers will be whisked through the TSA PreCheck line at their departure airport. The airline also provides complimentary Evian and newspapers, and yes, it’s basically a charter service that you can book through Expedia.