Mesa Air Group (MESA) operates 183 aircraft with over 1,000 daily system departures to 163 cities, 42 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, the Bahamas and Mexico. The company operates as Delta Connection, US Airways Express and United Express under contractual agreements with Delta Air Lines, US Airways and United Airlines.
The company also operates go!, the largest inter-island carrier in Hawaii. The airline links Honolulu to the neighbor island airports of Hilo, Kahului, Kona and Lihue with fares starting as low as $27 one-way.
go!, Hawai'i's low fare airline, operated by Mesa Airlines Inc., offers everyday low fares and friendly interisland service making it easy and affordable for the people of Hawaii to visit family and friends. go! began service on June 9, 2006 operating up to 64 flights per day between Honolulu and Lihue, Kahului and Kona. Passengers can purchase tickets in person, over the phone or online @ [www.iflygo.com].
go! serves Kona, Lihue, Hilo and Maui Kahului from its hub in Honolulu. There are many things to do in each of these Hawaiian islands. Not only does go! sell travel packages to and / from Hawaii, but it's also partnered with local companies to provide customers with a wide range of activities upon arrival in Hawaii.
Over the past several years, interisland airfare has increased while the number of interisland travelers has steadily decreased. Before go!'s entry into the Hawaiian market, it was not uncommon to see tickets selling for as high as $171 each way. But all that has changed since go! entered the market in June 2006 offering regular one-way fares from $39 to $79. go! is Hawaii's #1 inter-island air carrier by passenger volume.
Mesa Air Group, Inc. currently operates 65 regional jet and 10 turboprop aircraft for United Airlines as United Express. United Express® flights are operated by various regional carriers including Mesa Air Group offering over 2,000 flights per day to more then 150 destinations across the U.S. and Canada. Flights are scheduled for convenient connections to other United®, TedSM and Star Alliance™ departures. 
United Express offers one-stop check in, competitive fares, advance seat assignments, and is a full participant in the Mileage Plus program. The picture below represents the United Express Route Map:
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US Airways Express is not a fully certificated airline, but an airline brand name. It's used by several individually owned airlines or airline holding companies which provide regional airline and commuter service for US Airways.
Operations are conducted from smaller markets in the United States, Canada, and the Bahamas primarily centered around US Airways major airline hubs and focus city stations at:
Delta Connection is the name under which a number of individually owned regional airlines and Comair operate short and medium haul routes in association with Delta Air Lines Inc. Mainline carriers often use regional airlines to operate services in order to increase frequency, serve routes that would not sustain larger planes, serve routes using cheaper labor, or for other competitive reasons.
|Type of Aircraft||Total Aircraft||Passenger Capacity|
|Canadair 900 Regional Jet||45||86|
|Canadair 700 Regional Jet||20||66|
|Canadair 200/100 Regional Jet||54||50|
|Embraer 145 Regional Jet||34||50|