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Under the proposed rule, airlines would be required to make their websites accessible to persons with disabilities over a two-year period.  Websites would be required to meet the standards for accessibility contained in the widely accepted Website Content Accessibility Guidelines.

DOT proposes airlines make airport kiosks and websites ADA compliant

Under the proposed rule, airlines would be required to make their websites accessible to persons with disabilities over a two-year period. Websites would be required to meet the standards for accessibility contained in the widely accepted Website Content Accessibility Guidelines.

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Proposed rule to require more data on fees, baggage

Proposed rule to require more data on fees, baggage

MEDIA RELEASE The U.S. Department of Transportation has proposed a new rule that will require airlines to report more information on the amount and types of fees collected from passengers, as well as the number of checked bags and mishandled wheelchairs. The proposal would revise current reporting requirements to improve data collection on the amount […]

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On January 5, 2010, Mesa Air Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: MESA) received a letter from The Nasdaq Stock Market indicating the Staff's determination that the Company's securities will be delisted from the Exchange. This decision was reached by Nasdaq under Listing Rules 5101, 5110, 5110(b) and IM-5101-1 in view of the January 5, 2010 announcement by the Company of a voluntary filing by the Company for relief under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

Mesa Air Group receives Nasdaq staff delisting notice

On January 5, 2010, Mesa Air Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: MESA) received a letter from The Nasdaq Stock Market indicating the Staff’s determination that the Company’s securities will be delisted from the Exchange. This decision was reached by Nasdaq under Listing Rules 5101, 5110, 5110(b) and IM-5101-1 in view of the January 5, 2010 announcement by […]

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Mesa Air Group, parent of go! airlines, today entered into agreements with Mokulele Airlines and its majority shareholder to create a joint venture to provide Hawaii inter-island airline service under the go! and Mokulele brand names.

Mesa announces joint venture between go! and Mokulele

Mesa Air Group, parent of go! airlines, today entered into agreements with Mokulele Airlines and its majority shareholder to create a joint venture to provide Hawaii inter-island airline service under the go! and Mokulele brand names.

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The Department’s Aviation Enforcement Office said that a number of carriers have policies stating that they will reimburse passengers only for buying necessities purchased more than 24 hours after arrival and limiting such reimbursements to the outbound legs of trips.  This is in violation of DOT regulations which require that airlines cover all expenses caused by lost or delayed baggage up to $3,300 per passenger on domestic flights, DOT said.

DOT warns airlines on improperly limiting reimbursements for mishandled baggage

The Department’s Aviation Enforcement Office said that a number of carriers have policies stating that they will reimburse passengers only for buying necessities purchased more than 24 hours after arrival and limiting such reimbursements to the outbound legs of trips. This is in violation of DOT regulations which require that airlines cover all expenses caused […]

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Hawaiian Airlines tops for on-time arrival rates in the nation

Hawaiian Airlines tops for on-time arrival rates in the nation

The U.S. Department of Transportation has released their Air Travel Consumer Report for April and rated Hawaiian Airlines the best when it came to on-time arrival rates for flights and lowest cancelations. Hawaiian Airlines had an on-time rate of 91.1 percent, second was Pinnacle Airlines at 86.2 percent and third was SkyWest Airlines at 85.8 […]

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Go! pilots admit to falling asleep enroute to Hilo

National Transportation Safety Board report on Go! Airlines Flight 1002 HISTORY OF FLIGHT At 9:16 a.m., Feb, 13, a Bombardier CL-600-2B19, N651BR, operated by Mesa Airlines as Go! Flight 1002 departed Honolulu International Airport (HNL), on a regularly scheduled domestic, passenger flight using the call sign Air Shuttle Flight 1002 (ASH1002). About halfway through the […]

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Mokulele, WestJet announce partnership

MEDIA RELEASE WestJet and Mokulele airlines announced a partnership Monday, Dec. 8 that gives WestJet customers access to connecting flights on the Kona-based Mokulule’s interisland flights. Last month, WestJet announced it is increasing its Hawaiian service to 23 flights per week. This partnership with Mokulele allows WestJet guests travelling greater access and convenience in connecting […]

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