DayJet Expands Network
DayJet has added 28 destinations to its network across the Southeast based on what it says is strong customer demand for its "per-seat, on-demand" service using Eclipse 500 aircraft. The 28 destinations, mostly secondary airports in cities that don't have much scheduled service, can be selected as long as the start point or end point of a customer's flight is one of DayJet's five original "DayPorts" — Boca Raton, Gainesville, Lakeland, Pensacola or Tallahassee.
The expansion comes 60 days after DayJet began revenue service and CEO Ed Iacobucci said in a news release that the convenience of the service and its ability to connect underserved markets is proving popular. "Since initiating service in October, the feedback from our membership base has been overwhelmingly positive," Iacobucci said. "Adding these 28 new destinations to our network not only gives members in our DayPort markets more travel choices, but also provides a powerful link between communities that today have no direct scheduled jet service."