Airline consolidation has left many small and medium airports without—or with significantly reduced—air service, but new airline business models have arisen to fill some of the vacuum. New entrants such as OneJet and California-based Surf Air are aiming to reimagine the airline business to fill gaps left by industry consolidation, but for now remain bit players. OneJet operates a fleet of seven-seat Beechjet 400s, primarily on the East Coast. Surf Air now operates a fleet of ...

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