ALBANY, N.Y. — Residents of Buffalo and Albany will once again be able to travel between the New York cities on nonstop airline flights.

OneJet says twice-daily round-trip flights will start on Feb. 13. Tickets are on sale, with fares starting at $129 each way. The last time a carrier offered the route was in 2010.

The flight time between the cities is roughly an hour. Driving the distance takes about five hours.

OneJet offers travelers flights in small and midsize markets, including cities like Indianapolis, Nashville and Palm Beach.

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