OneJet, a three-year-old “air transportation network” that provides scheduled nonstop service between small and medium-size cities primarily east of the Mississippi River using regional operating partners, is acquiring Ultimate JetCharters.

Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, OneJet says the combined operation will have a fleet of two dozen aircraft by year-end. Ultimate JetCharters, which is based in North Canton, Ohio, operates 30-seat Dornier and Embraer ERJs for corporate, casino and collegiate charter clients, as well as for per-seat scheduled services on select routes under the Ultimate Air Shuttle brand.

“The Ultimate team is renowned by both customers and industry colleagues for its stellar operational reliability and customer service, with over 30 years of experience providing a wonderful product to both corporate and leisure customers,” OneJet CEO Matthew Maguire said. “The opportunity to integrate this demonstrated level of premium service, expertise and infrastructure within our expanding network of point-to-point regional routes will further enhance the travel experience and service options for our collective customers, providing a wonderful platform for both organizations’ continued growth.”

The companies’ networks will serve 17 cities: Cincinnati, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Pittsburgh; Milwaukee; Albany and Buffalo, New York; Hartford, Connecticut; West Palm Beach, Florida; Kansas City, Missouri; New York (via Morristown, New Jersey); Chicago; Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Indianapolis; Louisville, Kentucky; and Atlanta. OneJet plans schedule and routing adjustments during May, including the announcement of several new routes, as the Ultimate operations are integrated into its network.