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go! Launches go!Drive - Hawai'i's Affordable Fly/Drive Package

go! Launches go!Drive - Hawai'i's Affordable Fly/Drive Package

HONOLULU, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- go!, Hawaii's Low Fare Airline, today announced it has launched go!Drive and begun selling Hawai'i interisland holiday packages through its website, iflygo.com. With introductory prices starting at $89*, go!Drive is Hawai'i's affordable fly/drive package. go!Drive packages offer a variety of options to travelers including airfare, hotels, rental cars, tours and airport transfers all at the lowest prices.

"Our goal is to provide the friends, families and business people of Hawai'i with the best service at the lowest possible cost and the addition of these new services underscores that commitment," said Jonathan Ornstein, Mesa Air Group Chairman and CEO. "It has always been our intention to offer our passengers a large choice of value added products which generate additional revenue enabling us to offer the people of Hawai'i the lowest fares," he added.

These outstanding interisland packages and go!'s lowest fares are available only on go!'s website at http://www.iflygo.com/.

go! operates approximately 60 flights a day from its Honolulu hub to Lihue, Kahului, Kona, and Hilo using a fleet of state-of-the-art Bombardier CRJ-200 jets outfitted with comfortable leather interiors and no middle seats!

go! recently extended its route network with the launch of go!Express, operated under a code share agreement with Hawaii-based Mokulele Airlines. The new service adds Kapalua, Maui and Ho'olehua, Molokai to the list of Hawaii communities with access to go!'s market-leading low fares.

Passengers who register for the go!Miles frequent flyer program are able to earn go!Miles redeemable for future travel and can receive 500 free miles by registering online. go!Miles members also receive advance notice of fare sales and other specials, so sign up at iflygo.com today! Additional information is available and tickets can be booked online at iflygo.com or by calling toll free 1-888-IFLYGO2.

go! has also launched go!Vacations and go!Active, selling holiday packages and exciting recreational activities through its website. Visitors to the site can choose from a variety of activities and low-cost Hawaii vacations with options to visit one or any number of Hawaiian island destinations.

Mesa Air Group, Inc. currently operates 199 aircraft with over 1,300 daily system departures to 181 cities, 46 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, Mexico and the Bahamas. Mesa operates as Delta Connection, US Airways Express and United Express under contractual agreement with Delta Air Lines, US Airways and United Airlines, respectively, and independently as Mesa Airlines. In June 2006 Mesa launched interisland Hawai'i service as go!. This new operation links Honolulu to the neighbor island airports of Lihue, Kahului, Kona, and Hilo. Mesa is a member of the Regional Airline Association and Regional Aviation Partners.

*Package prices are limited and may not be available for certain dates and times. No minimum or maximum stay. Package prices displayed do not include September 11th Security Fees of up to $5 each way and a Federal Segment Excise Tax of $3.40 per air segment. A segment is defined as a takeoff and landing. Refunds are permitted only on wholly unused tickets. Reservations must be cancelled prior to ticketed departure time or ticket has no value. Refunds are subject to $25.00 penalty fee per passenger in addition to a $25.00 service fee per ticket. Refunds take approximately 2 weeks to process. Partially used tickets have no refund value. All permissible date and time changes are subject to a $25.00 penalty fee (per direction) plus a $25.00 service fee in addition to any fare differences per ticket. Changes must be completed prior to ticketed departure time or ticket has no value. Waivers, discounts, vouchers and name changes are not permitted. All flights operated by Mesa Airlines, Inc. doing business as go! or Mokulele Airlines doing business as go!Express. Rates quoted do not include taxes, fees, or optional service charges offered at the car vendor counter. Taxes and fees will be paid directly to the car vendor at the counter. Prices are based on returning the vehicle to the original pick-up location. If the rental period is extended beyond what was originally reserved and paid for, you will be charged an overstay fee, which varies by rental car company, in addition to the applicable rental rates at that time. These amounts will be collected upon the car being returned. Major credit card and valid driver license or passport will be required at pickup. Infant seat rentals, additional driver fees, fuel charges upon return, credit card requirements, and age restrictions, should be checked prior by calling ahead to the rental location. Other restrictions may apply.

Mesa Air Group, Inc.

CONTACT: Jonathan Ornstein of Mesa Air Group, Inc., +1-602-685-4010

Web site: http://www.mesa-air.com/
http://www.iflygo.com/

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