GoJet to Land in St. Louis August 1

 - December 10, 2007, 10:05 AM

A new division of Hulas Kanodia’s Trans States Holdings will start flying scheduled service on August 1 with the first of up to 30 Bombardier CRJ700s, according to an application for a public convenience and necessity certificate filed with the DOT. Registered as GoJet Airlines, the new operation will fly as a United Express partner from St. Louis Lambert International Airport, operating to  “some or all” of the destinations now served by United or its existing Express partners. GoJet plans to sign a firm order for five CRJ700s for use during its first year of operation, along with options for another 25 airplanes. The contract with United remains subject to bankruptcy court approval.

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