DayJet, which plans to operate a fleet of so-called microjets offering "per-seat, on-demand" flights, said it will launch service inside Florida before year end using Eclipse 500s capable of carrying six occupants. It will be headquartered in Palm Beach and connect communities "that today have little or no scheduled service." DayJet's plans call for "a region-by-region service rollout" between specific airports it calls DayPorts. Service will be expanded to as many as 20 DayPorts in four ...

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