Go! and Mokulele Ink Codeshare Deal

Two inter-island carriers serving the Hawaii market have signed a codeshare agreement that provides additional service among the islands. Under the arrangement, service will be provided beginning in December under the Go!Express brand. Being linked are Go!, a division of Mesa Air Group, and Mokulele Airlines, which recently was granted federal Department of Transportation approval to provide scheduled service. Mokulele will operate a fleet of Cessna Grand Caravan 2088 aircraft that will fly between Honolulu (HNL) and Kapalua (JHM) in West Maui, Lanai (LNY) and Molokai (MKK). Other interisland service also is planned. Tickets are not yet available, but Go! and Mokulele anticipate beginning sales soon. Mokulele, based on the Big Island, already operates charter interisland service and Big Island flightseeing tours. It has been in operation since 1998. Go! began operations this summer.

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