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Mesa Air Group
410 N. 44th Street, Suite 700
[t] (602) 685-4162
Court approvals assure continued operation at Mesa Air Group
08 January, 2010
At its first day hearing at the New York Bankruptcy court, Mesa Air Group received approvals from court that enable the company to continue to operate
Mesa Air Group de-listed from NASDAQ
07 January, 2010
Air company will not appeal NASDAQ decision to de-list after filing under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy code
Operations continue as Mesa Air Group restructures
06 January, 2010
With Hawaii operations unaffected, Mesa Air Group is returning excess aircraft to lessors and restructuring its finances
Mesa Air Group - Court rules in favor
03 July, 2009
Mesa Air Group, Inc. (the 'Company') has announced that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit has affirmed the preliminary injunction against Delta Air Lines ('Delta'), which enjoined Delta from terminating Freedom Airlines' Delta Connection Agreement covering certain ERJ-145 aircraft (the 'Agreement').
Mesa Air Group Inc. Termination of code share agreement with Mokulele Airlines
30 March, 2009
Mesa Air Group Inc., has announced the termination of its code share agreement with Hawaii based Mokulele Airlines.
Mesa Announces Sale of DHC8-200 Parts and Component Maintenance Agreement
03 December, 2008
Mesa has finalized an agreement with Fokker Services, Inc., a part of the Stork Aerospace division for the sale, management, and repair of its DHC8-200 spare parts inventories.
Mesa Air Group - Lawsuit settled
30 November, 2008
Mesa Air Group has entered into a settlement with the former controlling shareholder of Aloha Airlines concerning the Aloha Airlines lawsuit over Mesa's Hawaiian inter-island flight services operated under the go! brand name. nt
go! Hawai'i's Low Fare Airline Reports August 2008 Traffic
08 September, 2008
go! has reported preliminary traffic figures for August 2008 indicating that its operations generated 15.4 million available seat miles, 10.9 million revenue passenger miles and 75,037 passengers, compared with 65,736 in August 2007. Load factor for August 2008 was 70.66%, compared to 71.49% for the same period in 2007. Hawai'i's low fare airline recorded an on-time performance rate of 82%.
Delta Cancels Freedom CRJ-900 Delta Connection Agreement
05 August, 2008
Air Midwest to Shut Down Passenger Operations
17 May, 2008
Air Midwest, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Mesa Air Group, Inc. has announced that it will discontinue all operations including its current scheduled services provided under the Essential Air Service (EAS) program.
Mesa Takes Delivery of Sixth Delta Connection CRJ-900
30 April, 2008
Mesa Air Group, has announced the arrival of the sixth of 14 seventy six seat Bombardier CRJ-900 Next Generation aircraft operated for Delta Connection by its wholly owned subsidiary, Freedom Airlines. The operation of these new aircraft was first announced in March 2007 and at that time represented an expansion of the agreement that was already in place between Mesa Air Group and Delta Air Lines.
Lawsuit ends for Messa
30 April, 2008
Mesa Air Group, has announced that it entered into a settlement with Hawaiian Airlines concerning their long-running lawsuit over Mesa's inter-island flight services operated under the go! brand name. Under the terms of the Settlement and without admitting any wrongdoing, Mesa will receive $37.5 million from the Bond the Company previously posted with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Hawaii. Hawaiian Airlines will be entitled to the remaining collateral of the Bond totaling $52.5 million. This settlement does not restrict in any way go!'s ability to continue to offer services in the Hawaiian interisland market.
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