As United Express:
As Delta Connection:
|Frequent-flyer program||Mileage Plus
|Alliance||Star Alliance (United)
|Parent company||Trans States Holdings|
|Headquarters||Bridgeton, Missouri, USA|
|Key people||Hulas Kanodia, Owner; Rick Leach, President|
GoJet Airlines LLC is a company headquartered in Bridgeton, Missouri, United States. Wholly owned by Trans States Holdings, it has 1670 employees. It operates commuter feeder services under the United Express and Delta Connection names. Go Jet Airlines has crew bases at Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport, O'Hare International Airport, Denver International Airport, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Flights are currently operated out of United's hubs at O'Hare International Airport and Denver International Airport, as well as Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport. GoJet's Delta Connection flights currently operate out of Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport , Detroit Metropolitan Airport and Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Its call sign "Lindbergh" is named after aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh, who flew the Spirit of St. Louis solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, the first person to do so.
The airline received its initial Air Carrier Operating Certificate in September 2005 and began scheduled passenger services on October 4, 2005 with a United Express flight from Cincinnati, Ohio to Chicago, Illinois. By the end of 2009, GoJet took delivery of their 25th CRJ-700 aircraft.
In October 2011, Delta Air Lines announced it was planning a January 2012 launch of new GoJet CRJ700 service as a Delta Connection regional carrier. Delta would initially transfer 15 of the CRJ700 aircraft previously assigned to its Comair division to GoJet as well as 12 owned or leased CRJ700s contracted to SkyWest Airlines to begin the service. On January 22, 2012, GoJet began service as a Delta Connection carrier with its inaugural flight from St. Louis, Missouri to Detroit, Michigan.
Pilots and Flight Attendants are based at the following locations:
- Chicago, Illinois (O'Hare International Airport)
- Denver, Colorado (Denver International Airport)
- Detroit, Michigan (Detroit Metropolitan Airport)
- Raleigh, North Carolina (Raleigh-Durham International Airport)
- St. Louis, Missouri (Lambert-St. Louis International Airport)
- Albany, New York
- Albuquerque, New Mexico
- Austin, Texas
- Baltimore, Maryland
- Bangor, Maine
- Boise, Idaho
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Bozeman, Montana
- Buffalo, New York
- Burlington, Vermont
- Casper, Wyoming (Starts February 16, 2017)
- Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- Charleston, South Carolina
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Chicago, Illinois serving both O'Hare International Airport and Chicago Midway International Airport
- Cincinnati, Ohio
- Columbus, Ohio
- Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport serving Dallas, Texas
- Dayton, Ohio
- Denver, Colorado
- Des Moines, Iowa
- Detroit, Michigan
- Durango, Colorado
- Fort Myers, Florida
- Grand Rapids, Michigan
- Greensboro, North Carolina
- Hartford, Connecticut
- Hayden, Colorado
- Houston, Texas
- Indianapolis, Indiana
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Kalamazoo, Michigan
- Madison, Wisconsin
- Manchester, New Hampshire
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Missoula, Montana
- Moline, Illinois
- Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
- Nashville, Tennessee
- New Orleans, Louisiana
- New York, New York serving both LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport
- Newark, New Jersey
- Norfolk, Virginia
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Omaha, Nebraska
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
- Portland, Maine
- Providence, Rhode Island
- Raleigh-Durham International Airport serving the Research Triangle area of North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill)
- Rapid City, South Dakota
- Richmond, Virginia
- Rochester, New York
- San Antonio, Texas
- Savannah, Georgia
- Springfield, Missouri
- St. Louis, Missouri where their headquarters are located.
- Syracuse, New York
- Traverse City, Michigan
- Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Washington Dulles International Airport serving Washington, District of Columbia
- Wichita, Kansas
|Bombardier CRJ-700ER||25||—||6||16||48||70||United Express|
|Bombardier CRJ-900ER||7||—||12||20||44||76||Delta Connection|
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