(styled as go!
), based in Honolulu
is a regional brand of Phoenix, Arizona based Mesa Airlines
. Go! operates inter island services within Hawaii. Its main base is Honolulu International Airport
. It is a division within the Mesa Airlines subsidiary of Mesa Air Group
and its flights are operated by Mesa Airlines.
Regional carrier Mesa Airlines started Go!'s inter-island operations on June 9, 2006, using five Bombardier CRJ-200
regional jet aircraft.
In September 2006, the airline announced that it had reached an agreement with Mokulele Airlines
, whereby Mokulele would operate Cessna Grand Caravan
aircraft to Kapalua
, and Lanai
under the name Go!Express
. Service began with flights from Kapalua to Honolulu, Kahului, and Kona on April 17, 2007. Service began for flights to Molokai
on July 21, 2007 and flights to Lanai
on October 6, 2007. Following Mokulele's agreement with Republic Airways Holdings
to have that company operate flights in Hawaii using 70-seat jets, Mesa announced that it will be terminating the Go!Express agreement with Mokuelele in April 2009. The airline later accelerated plans to terminate the agreement with Mokulele, and ended the code-share on March 24, 2009, replacing it with a new agreement with Island Air
that allows Mesa to sell existing... Read More